Oh, Snap! (kutsuwamushi) wrote in little_details,
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ANON post: most painful way to die?

Uh, I googled 'most painful way to die' and couldn't really find anything that uh, worked in this situation. Plus I'm kind of scared to google anything else along those lines.. lots of creepy websites.

Basically, I want to know what the most painful way to be killed would be, there's an in-universe serial killer loose, and people are getting killed in horrific ways. The only thing is, I'm not sure what would be the most painful way to do it, I want the death to involve torture, and for it to take a while for them to die. I also need to know if there is any way the kind of pain could be described, or if there are any articles on the description of pain, as the serial killer describes it to one of their victims.

Very, very vague, my apologies, I'm working out the logistics of the story myself but without this simple plot point I won't be making any progress.
Tags: ~torture
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