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Terrence George  Young     Possession   Logline:    Waking  to  a  world  standing  still,  one  is  left  to  cope  with  the  reality  thrown  upon  him.   The  show  begins  with  Shay  having  a  nightmare.  A  black  spire  towers  over  Seattle,  shrouded  in  shadow.     Shay  is  floating  high  over  Seattle,  like  he  would  usually  dream.  But  it  doesn’t  feel  right.    He  feels  a   presence  like  a  cold  finger  stabbing  his  soul.  He  turns  to  see  a  ghostly  figure.  It  looks  like  an  angel,  but  it   flickers  now  and  then,  looking  like  Death.  It  turns  to  him,  and  Shay  can  see  it  mouthing  something.  O  ye   men  who  have  forsaken  me,  I  will  strike  thee  down  to  dust  I  brought  you  from  echoes  the  specter.  He   awakes  from  the  dream  in  a  cold  sweat.  He  sees  that  world  has  stopped-­‐no  cars  roar,  no  birds  sing.They   are  there,  but  petrified,  stony  and  cold.  He  has  all  the  time  in  the  world-­‐and  no  one  to  share  it  with.   He’s  in  what  the  U.N.  calls  the  Zone,  an  expanding  temporal  phenomenon  which  causes  the  affected  are   appear  to  age  rapidly;  buildings  deteriorate,  plants  wither,  and  living  beings  turn  to  stone  by  merely   touching  it.  The  event  horizon  is  expanding  at  a  steady  rate,  and  the  world  community  is  preparing  to   build  ships  to  evacuate  the  planet  as  it  becomes  steadily  corrupted.   The  event  happened  when     This  drama  is  about  one’s  struggle  to  stay  sane  as  his  world  crumbles  to  dust.          

Similarities: It  has  similarities  to  Lost  in  that  the  character  is  in  a  new  landscape,  isolated.  The  difference  is,  it  is  his   world-­‐  just  warped.   It  also  is  similar  to  the  video  game  Shin  Megami  Tensei,  where  the  protagonist’s  world  is  flipped  on  its   head.  The  differences  are  there  are  none  to  befriend,  and  the  world  is  not  changing,  but  dying.   It  is  also  similar  to  The  Walking  Dead,  in  which  a  previous  concept  used  without  the  input  of  everyday   behavior   The  trope  here  is  but  a  combination  of  two  tropes:  “No!  My  beloved  peasant  village!”  and  “Doomed   Hometown”.  In  essence,  your  home  is  gone,  and  your  world  is  doomed.   Target  Audience:  The  Science  Fiction  Community;   It  will  appeal  to  those  who  found  appeal  in  Lost,  Dr.Who,  etc.;  it  will  appeal  to  the  sector  of  society  that   just  loves  a  good  sci-­‐fi  flick-­‐but  this  one  doesn’t  end,  a  speculative  horror  that  keeps  the  viewer  on  their   toes.  It’s  supposed  to  be  scary,  and  like  real  life.   The  Science  fiction  community  and  any  who  like  a  new  age  scare.   Advertising:   Using  Holograms  of  the  demons  in  the  TV  series  to  spook  people  in  a  mall.   Having  certain  buildings  made  to  look  as  if  covered  in  the  same  darkness  as  Seattle  slow  is  enveloped   with.   Parasite  Show:  IN  the  Zone   Podcasts:  Observations   The  Observations  of  the  body  Horologium  8   Having  the  first  episodes  like  televised  news,  having  this  on  video,  and  played  on  television  and  radio,  so   as  to  be  made  to  seem  as  if  it  were  truly  happening,  similar  to  the  reading  of  War  of  the  Worlds  on  radio   caused  a  scare.  This  would  take  money,  but  if  all  the  world  governments  got  in  on  this,  it  would  truly  get   some  press.   The  best  way  to  instill  terror  is  to  give  the  illusion  that  the  illusion  is  truth.   Having  a  sketched  guide  to  the  things  in  the  story,  with  explanations  by  the  character  himself,  and   writings  in  a  journal.   Exclusive  podcasts  that  tell  the  story  before  the  story;  in  essence,  the  prelude  to  Possession  to  tell  the   story  of  his  life  before  it  ended.  

Recording style  would  be  like  that  of  a  frantic  individual.  One  camera,  one  cameraman-­‐Shay’s  actor.  At   some  points  the  camera  might  be  a  head  cam,  or  a  hand  camera,  or  even  placing  it  down  to  record.  In   one  case,  him  throwing  a  stone  at  an  enveloped  building  to  show  its  anomalous  properties.   Paying  actors  from  the  supposed  area  to  tell  about  the  horror  in  everyday  life,  as  if  they  were  part  of  it.   After  they  figure  out  the  hoax,  having  a  contest  to  create  new  demons  or  possible  episodes  based  on   submissions.      

Leading Characters:   Shay:  Josh  Hutcherson  

Shay  is  a  young  college  student  in  Seattle  with  his  friends  in  Seattle.  They  are  deciding  where  to  go.  It’s   the  eve  of  Summer  Break  when  the  Horologium  Asteroid  explodes  over  Seattle,  turning  his  life  on  its   head.  As  time  goes  on,  he  begins  to  attempt  to  rationalize  what  happened,  sometimes  resulting  in   violent  episodes.   Appearance:   Athletic,  usually  wearing  such  products  as  sold  by  Nike.  He  is  generally  shaven,  not  to  good,  but  never   too  bad.  He’s  about  5  feet.     Chemistry:  He  still  misses  his  friends  and  has  trouble  coping  with  the  fact  that  his  world  is  dying.  As  to   the  Penitent,  he  feels  some  hatred  for  being  controlled  by  him,  and  feels  that  he  may  be  the  reason  this   is  happening.   Rationale:   He  has  played  a  multitude  of  roles,  including  Peeta  Mellark  in  the  Hunger  Games  (2012),  in  Journey  2:   The  Mysterious  Island  (2012),  and  The  Kids  Are  All  Right  (2010).   Antagonist:   The  Penitent:  Actor:  Hugh  Laurie  

The Penitent  is  a  being  from  another  plane  of  existence  that  is  causing  the  Earth  to  rot  and  die.  In   actuality  his  efforts  are  to  punish  mankind  for  committing  the  crime  he  did,  to  punish  those  who  were   not  punished  like  he.   Appearance:  A  pale,  yet  weathered  man.  His  black  cloak  ragged  to  the  point  that  the  edges  are   uniformly  torn.  He  has  various  symbols  inscribed  upon  his  form,  except  his  hands.  These  were  binding   symbols  that  once  held  him  chained  to  the  rock,  a  dark,  obsidian  like  crystal  on  which  he  was  bound.   This  rock  would  become  over  the  years  the  Horologium  2013  XN  Asteroid,  with  him  at  its  center,  and   become  the  Spire  from  which  he  watches  the  world  burn.   Chemistry:   He  does  not  care  who  Shay  is.  He  thinks  of  him  as  a  man  looks  upon  a  puppet.  He  never  says  this  directly   but  it  is  seen  through  his  refusal  to  help  or  aid  him  in  any  way.    He  purposely  steers  Shay  to  do  his   bidding,  with  little  concern  for  his  emotions.  Men  are  but  insects  to  be  exterminated.   Rationale:   Not  only  does  he  have  a  massive  following  from  fans  of  House,  but  he  also  has  made  records  and  also   appeared  on  Fry  and  Laurie.     Dr.Egeus:  Morgan  Freeman  

Shay’s wise  old  English  teacher  at  (INSERT  NAME  HERE)  College.  Even  when  he’s  out  of  school  they   would  still  talk.    He  dies  immediately  after  the  asteroid  explodes.   Appearance:  A  rather  plain  teacher  wearing  thin  wired  glasses.     Chemistry:  Acts  like  a  mentor  to  Shay  even  though  he  is  gone  through  flashbacks.     Warren  Wilkes:  Drake  Bell  

One  of  Shay’s  friends  to  ‘die’  from  the  Asteroid’s  explosion.     Appearance:     Chemistry:  Shay  and  Warren  have  a  strange  relationship.  More  of  like  an  obligatory  friendship.   Rationale:   Also  has  a  massive  fan  base,  and  fits  the  part  snugly.       God  of  the  End:  

A strange  being  who  Shay  meets  in  Episode  9.   Appearance:   Middle  aged  businessman,  in  a  black  tuxedo,  the  tie  to  the  side,  loosened  a  bit.  He  always  seems  to  have   on  hand  a  suitcase.   Rationale:   He  is  great  for  the  role.  He  fits  directly  into  the  character’s  appearance  and  is  a  competent  actor.        

Episode Descriptions:  

Episode 1:  Starfall   It’s  the  first  day  of  Summer  Break.  Or,  rather,  it  was.   Shay  wakes  on  the  pavement.  He  is  surrounded  by  cobalt-­‐blue  statues,  which  he  rationalizes  as  one  of   Warren’s  pranks.  He  inspects  the  ghoulish  figure  even  more,  and  is  astounded  how  silent  it  is.  He  goes   toward  the  parking  lot  to  get  his  car  and  leave.  Most  of  the  student  cars  are  gone,  but  the  recognizable   older  models-­‐the  cars  of  most  of  the  instructors-­‐are  still  there.  A  storm  brews.  Distraught  in  the  rain,  he   hurries  over  to  the  nearby  Liberal  Arts  building  to  bunker  down  for  the  worst.  Seeing  no  doors  are  open,   he  jumps  through  a  broken  window  into  Dr.Egeus’s  classroom.  Strangely,  another  statue  sits  there,   looking  exactly  like  Egeus.  Just  then  he  hears  the  warped  moaning  of  the  statues  as  they  come  to  life.     He  hurriedly  rushes  up  the  stairs  and  locks  the  staircase  door.   Episode  2:     It’s  horrible.  All  his  friends  have  turned  into  monsters  and  are  trying  to  kill  him,  and  he’s  locked  in  the   registration  office  with  only  a  mop.  This  wasn’t  how  he  planned  to  spend  Day  2  of  Summer,  or  end  it.  He   can  hear  their  warped  moans  coming  closer,  almost  feel  their  cold  hands  tearing  him  apart.  He  can’t   help  but  cry.  His  life  is  ending.  Not  over-­‐but  soon.  The  barricade  he  raised  is  razed  by  petrified  hands  and   penetrated  by  woeful  moaning.  He  sees  a  knife.  Looking  at  it,  he  thinks  of  a  better  way  to  go  than  what   is  trying  to  greet  him  outside.  Just  as  he  brings  it  to  his  neck,  a  shadowy  figure  appears  in  front  of  him.   Shay  jumps  back.  He  brandishes  the  knife  ineffectively,  his  aim  and  focus  stunted  by  fear.  The  figure   simply  waves  his  hand,  and  he  can  feel  his  energy  wane  as  it  leans  forward.  He  blacks  out.   Episode  3:   He  awakes  in  a  dilapidated  Downtown  Seattle.  Seattle  looks  like  an  ancient  ruin,  dusty.  Wrack  and  ruin,   in  a  few  words.  Shay  looks  around.  The  silence  is  chilling.  It’s  here  that  he  can  see  the  car.  His  car,  sitting   there,  dusty,  broken,  and  battered.  And  several  statues  inside  the  car,  in  a  screaming  pose.  Warren  and   Co.  He  pulls  them  out  of  the  car  with  some  effort,  and  removes  some  debris  from  the  car.  Even  though   it’s  battered,  it  still  looks  reasonably  drivable.  He  tries  to  turn  it  on,  but  it  would  appear  that  it’s  out  of   gas  and  the  wheels  are  flat.  Something  happened  here.  After  exploring  to  some  extent  the  area,  he  finds   a  gas  tank  and  a  tool  box.  Using  these  he  fixes  the  car  and  begins  to  leave  when  he  has  a  flashback  of  the   day  before,  and  Egeus’s  advice.  Shay,  with  a  little  hope,  drives  off  with  the  car  down  the  road.   Episode  4:   He  comes  to  a  gas  station  in  the  outskirts  of  Seattle,  a  shop  called  Al’s  Gas.    The  place  looks  empty.    The   silence  still  rings  as  Shay  walks  into  the  building.  But  he’s  not  alone.  A  shadowy  presence  awaits  him   inside  the  lone  gas  station.  Shay  walks  into  the  front,  and  goes  behind  the  register,  activating  Pump  9   with  100  dollars’  worth  of  gas.  That  done,  he  walks  through  the  isles,  picks  up  a  bag  of  peanuts,  looks   them  over,  and  begins  to  eat  them.  It  is  then  the  shade  lunges  to  attack.  It  screeches  and  warbles,  and  

cuts him  multiple  times.  It  begins  to  drag  him  outside,  as  if  to  throw  him  out.  After  fighting  with  the  evil   essence,  in  bout  of  luck  he  lays  on  the  side  with  the  car  keys,  turning  on  the  car  lights.  The  evil  essence   quails  from  the  light  screeching,  burning,  and  retreats  into  the  Gas  Station,  its  red  eyes,  though  now   fearful,  bluffing  the  look  of  intense  hatred.  Shay,  keeping  the  car’s  lights  on,  fuels  it  ups  cautiously,  he   and  the  demon  engaged  in  a  staring  game.  What  he  can’t  put  in  the  car  he  puts  into  a  gas  canister.   Getting  into  the  car,  he  drives  off  into  the  distance.   Episode  5:   Things  take  a  turn  for  the  worse  when  he  encounters  a  mob  of  ghouls  on  the  open  road  to  Northgate.   Though  they  don’t  wreck  his  car,  they  do  cause  him  to  drive  into  a  nearby  forest,  and  break  the  Jeep.   The  trees  that  fall  on  him  knock  him  out,  and  the  camera  zooms  out  into  a  flashback.  The  day  he   graduated  from  High  School.    It  all  goes  as  he  remembers  it  until  the  same  dark  specter  appears  him  and   Shay  is  forced  to  fight.  After  a  long  fight  the  Penitent  disappears  with  only  a  few  words.  He  comes  back   to  his  dream  world,  only  to  be  in  a  realm  similar  to  heaven.  His  parents  are  waiting.  As  they  wave   goodbye  he  is  pulled  back  to  the  world,  and  the  screen  fades  to  white.   Episode  6:  Goodtown,  Washington   The  car  is  crushed  under  pounds  of  evergreen,  its  face  immolated.  He’s  back  to  square  one,  but  at  least   he’s  alive.    He  can  see  a  small  town  in  the  distance.    It  looks  to  be  a  few  miles  away  from  him.  As  he   comes  closer-­‐people!    Someone  actually  survived  whatever  happened.  As  he  comes  closer  to  the  wood   shrouded  town,  a  farmer  greets  him  graciously  with  unnatural  kindness.  The  townspeople  ask  him  to   stay  in  their  house  while  he’s  there,  with  the  same  queer  nature.  During  the  day,  he  notices  strange   things.  They  smell  like  hay  and  smoke;  Mr.  Avery  simply  says  it’s  because  of  the  potluck  they  had  last   night.  They  offer  him  a  feast,  but  he’s  never  seen  them  eat  before.  And  finally,  whenever  they  appear   sick,  they  go  to  Priest  Hailston,  and  come  out  looking  fine.  After  asking  about  anything  abnormal,  they   give  a  random  reason.    When  he  goes  to  sleep,  he  can  almost  feel  them  watching  him.  When  he  wakes   up  he’s  facing  the  ground,  and  there’s  a  roar  like  a  zoo.  He  looks  up.  His  feet  and  arms  are  bound,  and  all   the  townspeople  seem  to  be  cheering-­‐but  they  sound  like  demons.  They  aren’t  people.   They’re  monsters.   Episode  7:  Goodtown,  Washington  (Part  2)   They  gaze  hungrily  at  him  as  the  infernal  procession  proceeds.    He  struggles,  but  to  no  good.    Compared   to  what  he’s  seen,  they  put  the  Children  of  the  Corn  to  shame.  They  stop  suddenly,  and  he  can  see   Hailston  standing  over  him,  like  a  wolf.  Before  they  begin,  with  relish  Hailston  explains  that  they  are   demons,  and  that  he’s  not  in  Goodtown,  but  in  hell,  and  how  for  centuries  they  played  the  ruse  to  trap   those  foolish  to  travel  lone.  They  begin  to  chant  in  tongues  over  him  and  sacrifice  one  of  their  own-­‐  a   little  girl.  Hailston  spreads  the  blood,  painting  a  pentagram  of  blood.  He  adds  what  Shay  would  assume   to  be  Latin  to  the  pentagram,  and  the  chanting  becomes  screaming  as  a  large  smoky  mass  begins  to   emerge  from  it.  Like  a  dark  mass.  After  finishing  the  sign,  the  demonic  priest  lifts  up  the  ceremonial   dagger  with  glee  and  prepares  to  stab  Shay,  but  before  it  reaches  him  Shay  bites  down  hard  on  

Hailston’s hand,  causing  him  to  bleed  heavily  as  he  recoils  and  holds  his  hand  with  disgust.  Shay  falls  on   the  pentagram,  breaking  its  magic,  and  free  from  the  wood  he  was  tied  to-­‐which  turns  out  to  be  a  series   of  leg  bones  lashed  together.  The  Priest  points  to  Shay,  and  commands  his  followers  to  kill  him.  Shay   runs  to  the  edge  of  the  town.  Some  force  is  blocking  his  exit.  Looking  back  to  see  the  demons  coming   closer,  he  pounds  hysterically  on  the  barrier,  only  to  be  cast  aside  by  a  wall  of  stony  ghouls.  In  disbelief   he  watches  as  the  ghouls’  assault  the  demonic  mob.  At  the  head  he  can  see  a  familiar   face.Warren.Warren’s  stony  face  turns  back  to  him,  with  a  look  of  sorrow.  The  battle  is  going  in  the   demons’  favor;  they  cut  through  the  ghouls  with  their  fingernails  like  they  were  butter.  Taking  his  newly   given  chance,  he  flees.  From  the  other  side  he  sees  Warren  decapitated  by  Hailston,  who  looks  to  Shay   with  anger.   Maybe  there’s  still  hope.   Episode  8:  Back  to  Basics.   Shay  is  now  back  in  Seattle.  Goodtown  blocks  the  way  to  Shoorwood,  and,  guessing  to  everything  that’s   happened,  it  wouldn’t  be  wise  to  try  to  cross  a  river.  If  he  could  make  contact  with  anyone,  he  might  be   able  to  escape.  He  walks  back  into  Seattle,  and  among  the  debris  he  finds  a  cell  phone.  It  has  a  fairly   decent  charge.  A  radio,  wheezing  and  rasping,  plays  nothing  but  noise  in  the  background.  Warily  he   enters  a  nearby  pet  shop,  and  begins  to  dial  911  when  he  realizes  that  they  might  be  dead.  He  looks   around  for  a  phonebook,  pushing  aside  piled  up  notes  and  paperwork.  Grasping  a  large  object,  his  hand   returns  with  a  dusty,  but  readable  phonebook.  “If  you  can  hear  us,  please  come  to  Providence  Hospital   Center.  We  have  food,  water,  and  electricity.  This  is  the  Washington  State  Governe-­‐“spat  out  the  radio   in  a  loop,  occasionally  coughing.  Shay  read  through  the  phonebook  and  found  the  number  for  the   hospital.  He  hurriedly  dialed  the  number  to  call.  The  phone  attempts  to  connect,  then  gives  off  static   and  displays  “No  Signal”.  He  moves  outside,  and  tries  again.  It  doesn’t  work.  After  some  thought  he   remembers  the  radio  station  on  campus;  even  during  blizzards  it  reached  the  masses.  The  problem  is   that  it’s  across  town.  With  the  rain  pouring  down  and  the  threat  of  more  ghouls  ever  present,  Shay   bunkers  down  in  an  abandoned  storm  shelter  for  a  long  night.   Episode  9:  Life-­‐a  stage.   Shay  emerges  from  the  storm  shelter.  Instead  of  the  perpetual  gloom  he’d  come  accustomed  to,  Seattle   looks  pristine.  Cars  throng  along  the  roads.    Men  and  women  going  about  daily  life;  typing  up  reports,   eating  a  sandwich.  However,  when  Shay  attempts  to  interact  with  them,  they  don’t  respond.  It’s  almost   as  if  he’s  a  ghost.  This  unnerves  him  even  more  as  he  moves  through  Seattle.  After  entering  a  company   building,  he  attempts  to  rouse  an  unmoving  receptionist.  She  turns  into  stone  before  his  eyes  and   crumbles,  for  a  brief  second  it  was  almost  as  if  the  world  forgot  its  own  existence.  Then  she  came  back   together,  and  happily  greeted  an  incoming  businessman,  who  seems  to  notice  Shay,  but  does  nothing.   Confused  and  disconsolate  he  lunges  at  the  man  violently,  but  his  hands  pass  harmlessly  through  the   man.  After  a  while  of  this  he  sinks  to  his  feet,  and  cries  hysterically.  Forlorn,  he  leaves  them  to  their   business  and  goes  outside.  There’s  a  different  sky  awaiting  him.  It  was  like  the  sun  was  dying,   surrounded  by  a  purple  haze  in  a  fuchsia  sky,  and  filled  with  stars.  Seattle  was  gone,  save  one  bench,  

and one  man.  He  had  his  back  turned,  but  it  was  almost  as  if  he  was  waiting  for  Shay.  Shay  cautiously   approaches,  his  feet  crunching  broken  glass.  The  man  turns  suddenly  to  Shay,  and  welcomes  him  to  sit.   After  a  strange  conversation,  the  man  reveals  himself  to  be  the  God  of  the  End,  the  Trumpeter,  Death   himself.  In  the  distance,  there’s  a  black  mushroom  cloud.  He  says  that  it  isn’t  Shay’s  time,  as  the   shockwave  roars  to  them.  As  the  wave  approaches,  he  touches  his  finger  to  Shay’s  forehead,  and  the   screen  fades  to  white.  Shay  comes  to  in  a  graveyard,  in  the  arms  of  a  marble  statue,  as  the  God  of  the   End’s  laughter  rings  out.  He  can  see  the  campus.   Episode  10:  All  the  King’s  Soldiers   Outside  of  the  Zone,  an  emergency  meeting  of  government  officials.  The  Zone  is  expanding  at  an  ever   increasing  rate.  Within  a  year  it  will  cover  half  of  North  America,  and  near  Russia.  The  so  called  “Kings”   convene  in  the  International  Capitol.  They  discuss  the  nature  of  the  phenomenon  and  the  results;   roaming  mobs  of  monsters  and  blackouts,  with  evident  fear.  Rushing  in,  the  French  Representative   rushes  in  with  news.  Someone’s  still  alive  in  Sector  Beta.   Episode  11:  Touchdown   Shay  has  been  in  the  radio  tower,  fighting  off  ghouls  using  makeshift  Molotovs.  He’s  in  a  dire  strait,  as   even  though  DJ  Brent  was  an  alcoholic,  it’s  unlikely  he  has  100+  bottles  of  alcohol  just  lying  about.  So  far   he’s  kept  them  from  breaking  down  the  door.  Shay  dials  the  number  to  the  State  Government,  but  it’s   no  good.  Looking  up  at  the  tower,  Shay  realizes  what  needs  to  be  done.  A  crack  rings  threateningly  as   the  ghouls  make  progress  on  their  mission  to  tear  Shay  asunder.  He  begins  to  ascend  the  tower  when   the  sky  over  head  gives  way  to  an  Osprey.  Inside  are  several  men  who  are  wearing  masks  and  pins,  all  of   which  display  a  number.  They  also  have  the  same  tattoo  across  their  forehead.  After  introducing   themselves  as  the  Kings  and  why  they  came  to  his  aid,  a  dark  creature  emerges  from  a  massive  void  near   the  center  of  the  city.  They  beseech  him  to  help  them  defeat  the  Penitent.    

Episode 12:  The  beast  is  emerging  from  the  void.  Torn  between  a  promise  of  death  and  an  oath  of   salvation.  With  no  other  option,  he  chooses  to  side  with  the  Kings,  earning  the  Penitent’s  wrath.  Using   airstrikes  from  200+  miles  in  space,  the  Kings’  Followers  manage  to  subdue  the  Beast  long  enough  for   Shay  to  escape  the  radius  of  the  Zone.  Seeing  the  Osprey  carrying  their  quarry,  a  few  of  the  daemons   attempt  to  subdue  him  and  drag  him  to  the  Pit,  but  missiles  pierce  the  sky  and  strike  them  down,  and   Shay  continues  on.  Just  as  they  near  escape,  his  victory  run  comes  to  a  halt.  He  hears  the  same   screaming  and  roar  that  he  dreaded  to  hear.  They’re  nearing  the  Pit’s  event  horizon.  The  Osprey  cannot   get  enough  lift.  Looking  up,  Shay  sees  the  Penitent  looking  down  at  him  with  a  satisfied  grin.  He  comes   to  the  edge  of  the  Pit,  and  Shay  falls  out  of  the  universe.      

Possession by George Young  

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