aka Chris

  • I live in Macon
  • I was born on March 4
  • My occupation is Ceramics student, casual editor.
  • I am male
  • SilenceInTheLibrary

    here we go: All the people in the vision were either hit by something, blown out the window, or incinerated. so, no need to cover that.

    Tod Waggner-asphyxiation, one of the more suffering ways to die. takes a long time.

    Terry Chaney-um, OW? would have hurt, but death would have been almost immediate.

    Valerie Lewton-long, suffering death. bloody, severed jugular AND carotid, then a knife shoved through her chest. oh, yeah, and her house exploded. which doesn't really count anyway.

    Billy Hitchcock-poor Billy. his brain was among one of the things cut off, so it would have hurt like hell for a fraction of a second, but death came almost immediately.

    Carter Horton-WHAM! death may or may not have been immediate.

    Alex Browning-death immediate. may or …

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  • SilenceInTheLibrary

    let's review: Sam Lawton-in vision, dies by bisection (technically VERY impossible in that scenario) perhaps not entirely immediate death. Incinerated in Flight 180 explosion, so that was painful. But quick.

    Molly Harper-doesn't die in vision.

    Candice Hooper-in vision, her death would have taken up to a minute or two before she was entirely dead, during which she would feel the immense pain of having been impaled on a sailtboat mast. back snapped many ways, leg bones also appear to be sticking out. her hand twitches in the scene, so perhaps she wasn't completely dead yet.

    Isaac Palmer-violent force in vision death. may not have died immediately, in which case, much suffering ensues. with all the needles involved in his actual death, the proce…

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