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From Hell and BackThe unmarked train moved at a steady pace across ever-changing landscapes. It moved through plains, deserts, small communities, etc. To anyone who happened to glance at the train, with it's reddish, rusted iron sides, roof, and floor, it looked like a mere cattle car. Simply transporting cows to either be slaughtered as soon as they got to their destination or not very long after...
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In a way though...they weren't that far off from the truth.
In fact, the only real difference was that the occupants were humans.
Eighteen humans, divided into teams of nine, all knowingly heading to their death...er...deaths. Fortunately or unfortunately, depending on your view on life, death was hardly ever permanent. In fact, it seemed almost another mundane part of life.
It felt like they'd been on the train for years, when in fact it had been only thirty-six hours. It had been a hassle, gathering nine people into one train car, only to later have to stop and pick up nine more occupants. For some reas