A female complains of having worms. Doctors do preliminary tests connected with one having worms. Soon she reveals the multiple sights of her inflictions. Soon it's obvious she suffered ... See full summary »
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Dave (as Christopher McNally)
Heather Marie Scott ...
Nurse Trudy
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A female complains of having worms. Doctors do preliminary tests connected with one having worms. Soon she reveals the multiple sights of her inflictions. Soon it's obvious she suffered from a mental disorder. Doctors continue to treat her condition.

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Watch This for a Creeep-out
9 June 2017 | by See all my reviews

This is a great episode, whether or not you are familiar with this show. This episode is the first time I had watched this show, and I had been blown away. It had been executed SO REALISTICALLY that I'd thought I'd been watching a documentary; granted, it is a documentary with dramatic recreations, which had led to my confusion. Consequently, this is episode great, is so creeepy, and it is amazing, ie 'amazing' meaning, 'How Is This Possible?', 'This is NOT possible', and 'How Could This be an Accurate Portrayal of Someone's Experience?'. This woman's stort is Incredibly Unbelievable. You Have Got to Watch This. Enjoy It.


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