Emergency Alert System

For Texas residents of the eastern permian basin, these kinds of alerts and alarms are somewhat common.

Though the tremors and ejecta of these small events are quite minimal when compared to the larger 2007 event, they are still a point of danger and are taken seriously by those who live and work around the permian basin superorganism.

"During this event, you may experience headaches, nausea, fever, hallucinations, dizziness, mild seizures, temporary changes in vision, reduced or enhanced cognitive ability, limited precognition, memory loss, and muscle cramps. These effects are temporary and will stop once the event has concluded."

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4 Responses:

  1. Thanks for posting this. The Mystery Flesh Pit website is glorious. I went all the way down that rabbit hole, so to speak.

    They sell posters! Sadly not the AD-1 Organic Tissue Interface advert. 50 Terabytes of Organic Tissue Storage should be enough for anyone.

    Obligatory Hawkwind follow-up: Sonic Attack, now with added Brian Blessed.

  2. Ellen says:

    Thanks for posting this - the whole Mystery Flesh Pit universe is really, really well done (the National Park materials are spot on). Do you know who's behind this? I see there is a novel serialized on Tumblr as well.

  3. Mildred Bonk says:

    MFP is so well done, and it's so tragic that the guy who does it is such a piece of shit Redditor douchebro

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