Researchers are racing to a remote region of Russia named the End of the World to solve the mystery of an infernal portal that appeared this week.
This enormous 262 foot fire and ice portal appeared out of nowhere in the Yamal Peninsula of Northern Russia, whose name translates into English as, “End of the World.”
The portal’s scorched rim gives way to an icy chute that slides down to an underground river.
Theories so far about the portal’s origin include everything from aliens, a meteorite, a stray missile or a methane gas explosion. While scientists around the world suit up to explore the portal, only supernatural survivologists are brave enough to state the obvious – this is clearly an infernal portal.
“Mysterious ice portals have a long history of going wrong. Things tend to come out of them,” stated Seth Greening on his website Seth On Survival, currently the 7th most popular website devoted to supernatural survivology on the Internet. “I’m talking about the kind of thing that can possess and almost perfectly replicate your fellow researchers before turning them into monsters.”
Seth warns all researchers to consider maybe staying away, at least until the presence of infernal things has been eliminated.
But if you really can’t resist an infernal mystery like this and you must go investigate, at least familiarize yourself with the signs that one of your fellow researchers has been possessed by an infernal entity or demon or as scientists prefer to call them in order to avoid any supernatural language – Things.
Has That Other Researcher Been Inhabited by an Infernal Thing?
3 Things To Thingk About
1. Research the other researchers inside and out
Infernal researcher-inhabiting things are capable of molecularly mimicking everything about a researcher except for the bits that don’t actually contain the researcher’s DNA. That’s why it’s important to know that other researchers has any fillings, facial jewelry, broken bones or replacement parts from the moment you meet him or her. The portal Thing won’t be able to replicate, and may even spit them out, so getting to know your fellow researchers in radiological detail is very important. Subtly ask them to see some old dental records and/or X-rays if possible, if not, a casual conversation comparing fillings and old injuries will suffice. Subtle is the key word here. Try to work it in naturally. “Pleased to meet Dr. Alexei. Mind if I check your teeth before we begin?” is just going to alert them to your suspicions.
2. Leave your dog at home
Infernal ice portal things hate dogs because they can identify them. If you bring your dog to the research site, it will be the first to die.
3. Bring a flamethrower if not a pile of grenades
Unfortunately fire is the only way to deal with an infernal ice portal thing. Unfortunate because fire is also the best way to create a new ice portal. It’s just a paradox you will have to prepare for if you are planning on going ice portal spelunking with the researchers of the world.
And if you do decide to join the race of researchers at the End of the World, I hope you keep on keeping on.