The following is an excerpt quoted from 'Friday The 13th: The Carnival', cited from Chapter 8:
"He opened his mouth to scream, but a snake slid right in, the leathery skin gliding across his teeth. He started choking as the snake coiled down his throat and into his body. He could hear tiny jaws snapping. He was being eaten alive, inside and out.
And then, just as suddenly as it had started, the creatures stopped biting. The tattoos became tattoos once more. Mitch was drenched with sweat, but other than that, he was--
Though he hadn't lit it, the blowtorch sprang to life in his hand.
The torch's blue spear of flame blazed in the darkness of the van.
Behind the mask, Mitch leered happily, his eyes reflecting the torch's blue light.
It was as if the light had gone on inside his brain as well.
Because now he knew what he had to do.
Hey...tonight was going to be more fun than he thought!"
'Friday The 13th: The Carnival', copyright 1994 Berkley Books and New Line Cinema. (Morse 57-58).
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