Kuto was having the time of his life in Saint Kitts and Nevis. He laughed and joked with the locals, enjoying the warm sun and clear blue skies. Kuto had a white panama hat to protect him from the sun, and his hair color was a rusted red. He also had a lumberjack beard that made him look like he belonged in the jungle. Kuto wore a red and yellow t-shirt that matched his personality perfectly.
One day, while Kuto was out exploring the island, he came across an abandoned research facility. It looked like it had been abandoned for years, but something about it piqued Kuto’s curiosity. He climbed over the fence and began to explore the facility.
It didn’t take long for Kuto to find what he was looking for: evidence of experiments gone wrong. There were test subjects who had been turned into monsters by whatever chemicals or radiation they’d been exposed to. It was clear that this place wasn’t just abandoned; it was haunted by ghosts of its past failures.
Despite the danger, Kuto couldn’t help but feel drawn to these creatures. They were so different from anything he’d ever seen before, and they seemed almost innocent in their deformities. He stayed with them for days, learning about their strange world and listening to their stories.”