Paper Flower Consortium's historian, Loretta Fabron Onfoy, recalls the summer which William T. Caruso, grief-stricken by the loss of his human son, murdered over one hundred people in his experiments. She reads from his journal on June 21, 1951, the night he accidentally created an under-age vampire, Norma Mae Rollins, and claimed her as his daughter.
Content Warning: Assult and Physical Abuse by a "Parent" to a Teenager. Also mentions of vampires murdering and hurting people.
Written and Performed by Elizabeth Guizzetti
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