The following is an excerpt quoted from 'A Nightmare On Elm Street #3: Protege', cited from Chapter 7:

"Freddy held up his claw-glove and through blurry tear-stained eyes, Jerome saw that a tiny squirming insect was speared on the tip of the index finger-claw. It was a cricket.

With a flick of his claw, Freddy popped the cricket into his mouth and crunched it between his crooked, yellow teeth.

"Not bad," Freddy said as he chewed thoughtfully. "Could use a little salt, though.""

'A Nightmare On Elm Street #3: Protege', copyright 2005 Black Flame Publishing and New Line Cinema. (Waggoner 107).

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