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Spankenstein

by Tim Miller

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Donny Spanks is a troubled man. Obsessed with his favorite actress, he sets out to create the perfect woman in her likeness. Using knowledge gained from watching crime shows on T.V. his first few attempts resulted in near disaster; however, he is able to refine his methods which are extremely barbaric. Through trial and error he kidnaps women and removes the parts he needs in order to piece them together into the perfect human jigsaw puzzle.… (more)
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Donny Spanks is a troubled man. Obsessed with his favorite actress, he sets out to create the perfect woman in her likeness. Using knowledge gained from watching crime shows on T.V. his first few attempts resulted in near disaster; however, he is able to refine his methods which are extremely barbaric. Through trial and error he kidnaps women and removes the parts he needs in order to piece them together into the perfect human jigsaw puzzle.

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