While waking up in the hospital Gunji tries to lie to himself that everything was just a bad dream, but as we all know you can’t run away from the truth. And here’s a word of advice: don’t snack on the flowers.
Now that the group have been captured by the military it’s time to them to think things over as the base probes one of the monsters. Naturally things get out of hand. Also like how there’s a scene straight out of the Thing.
Weird how in this chapter they just skip how they got out of the school from the previous chapter. I mean Moe died after she fell and I guess we’re just supposed to take for granted that Satoru and Erika just made it out safe and sound. Anyway the duo make their way into town and find themselves surrounded by crazies after saving a man running away from a crazy person.
This time the good doctor finds himself in a town with a fanatical pastor who seemingly found himself getting visions from an angel buried underneath the town. However, all is not what it seems. Inside you’ll find bible quotes and a very relevant reference to the German poet Rainer Maria Rilke’s the second elegy.