CONTENT WARNING: This update contains vivid descriptions of self-injury and gore. The cell they put him in is covered in layers of dust from disuse. Landis gets the feeling that there isn’t usually much need for people to be locked up like this in Antlers - from the little he’s seen of it while stopping in on supply runs, it seems like every other sleepy Midwestern town. He almost wishes they had left him in the interrogation room, because here in the cell, he doesn’t have anything to anticipate. Without the looming threat of another conversation with a deputy, he’s just left to stare at the wall and imagine what’s going to happen to him.

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