A mentally challenged handy man and janitor that worked for a government contracted lab in the early 70s. John was plagued by horrific nightmares that kept him from sleeping. The man found himself tinkering on discarded projects from the lab. One such project was a thought projector that was to be used as a nonviolent deterrent to war. The concept was simple enough; a solider would wear a helmet that would project holographic images in front of the enemy causing them to believe that things were there when they were not. The images could either be preprogramed or created by the operator. The project was abandoned because the images that were created never looked real enough to convince anyone and the power supply would never retain power longer than a few minutes. John drug the project off to his workshop where he toiled away relentlessly on the device, until one day he had done it. He had done what a facility full of scientists could not, he made it work. When he attempted to show his handiwork to his supervisor, he was pushed to the side and laughed at. John attempted to explain what he had done several more times after that and was scoffed at each time until he donned the newly revised helmet and generator pack. John turned the device on and a strange hum filled the room. John screamed out and said I have to show you something. With that, John began to project the monsters within his mind for all to witness. There was something wrong though, the creatures John had created with the projector did not only look real they were real, and they tore through everyone in the lab before turning their attentions to the rest of those at the facility. John was now master of his own mind and all the savage creatures once contained within.
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