I was hearing about old fantasies the torture group had created for me to watch as I listened to music with my MP3 player. They brought up the alternate video of the Suzanne Vega’s “Blood Makes Noise”. I don’t think I’ve shared it.
In 2009 to 2011 the torture group was showing me a series of animated scenes set to the music I was listening to. The stories talked about me and my torture but in a fantastical way. Stretching the truth, rewriting my life history and/or changing it entirely the torturers wrote and directed music video fantasy stories that I was forced to watch.
The song begins and we sink ourselves into the deep water. When we stop we can see in front of us a large rock on the ocean floor. We move in closer as the drums lead into the bass. As the bass sounds a form is seen moving on the rocks. It is a woman and she is chained to the rock by a heavy silver chain attached to one of her ankles. The chain is not rusted but gleams brightly.
As the lyrics kick in the woman jumps as far as the chain will allow her startling us. She turns to the us with a threatening manner. But she cannot get free. So she does the next best thing she can think of. She summons the hammerhead sharks to her. They arrive as the chorus starts. Thousands of them come into view. She plays with them. They move all around her.
As the song moves on she suddenly breaks free from her chain and launches not towards us but to the right. She walks along like an octopus would all bent up and with delicate footing. Then her walk changes and she opens up her body and stand upright. She sets each foot down to the rhythm with such force. It is unlike any way any human could walk. A close of her legs stomping down in the sandy bottom turns eerie. The ground is rising. She is headed towards land.
The sharks stop short of the shore. As the song is ending she is walking still. The last shot shows her laying on the shore tired. Then the camera moves away from her. And away, and away. I just have to get away from her!