• Terrence Aym
Human Bot Fly eggs stick to the skin of victims, are hatched by the person's body heat and then the tiny, threadlike maggots chew their way through the skin. The squirming maggots don't stop there. The voracious vermin eat their way deeper. Some eat themselves through surging blood vessels, others into the major organs—even the brains of their hapless hosts...
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