Penumbra

Dark corners of consciousness

Flies all over corpses

Angry eyes waiting for us in shadows

No escape, no future, simply no…

Once in… there’s no guarantee you’ll ever get out.

 

Penumbra.

 Nor light…nor dark…only fear…

 

A sad story, a tragic story… a true story of a man captive in an ethereal nightmare, with no friends, with no food, with no plan to escape reality. A destiny infatuated by broken glass. A boy – Tom Redwood – worker in a mine – trying to get the best out of him.

And the man who is seeking answers – a man who desires to know the absolute truth. Part confident, part curious – he descends into what seems an abandoned mining system somewhere in Northern Greenland. But what awaits him is far from a good and perpetual life. The answers he seeks only bring out more questions and doubt.

Silently, he discovers horrific truths about what that place hid from the outside world.

Dust, rotten wood, rusty metal – spider web, silence – a silence of terror – whispers from beyond the grave and details about the tragedies that occurred here. Confusion, lost temperament, isolation, extreme measures – all in one place. What’s the darkest secret that you can handle.. .what’s the pint of no return.. .who is behind all that faded gray shades?

The hero – Philip – who seeks answers – only receives more question marks. There are signs of life – but a misused one – someone gets killed — some unknown force leaves behind a trail of blood. Some feral creature appears. It’s all becoming a survival option. Prey…predator – all connected in this twisted game.

Someone was here before – lost – forgotten in the dark. Rescue didn’t come. He was able to live eating spiders. These spiders grew larger and in the end they were capable of destroying the human being from the interior of this man. Solitude at its best – the man become obsessed then he lost his mind.

 

What if there’s no escape?

What if there’s more to it than it seems?

What if the correct answers won’t appear?

What if…?

 

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