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The Battle of Cannae, fought in 216 B.C.E. is widely considered one of the bloodiest battles in human history. By the end, 86,000 Roman and allied soldiers lay dead or dying—screaming, yelling, and crying in pain and sorrow.

And they still.

The soldiers live on, trapped inside their old, broken, skeletal bodies.

They remember their deaths over-and-over.

And they scream,

Shrill, high-pitched screams.

They lay in their graves, tortured and imprisoned.


And if you’re quiet,

You may hear.

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