Kuto had always been a bit of an outsider. He was never quite sure why, but he always felt like he didn’t quite fit in anywhere. Even in his own country, Estonia, he felt like an outsider. So when he moved to Panama, it was no surprise that he felt the same way.

The first thing Kuto noticed about Panama was the heat. It was oppressive and stifling, not unlike his life back home. The second thing he noticed were the people. They all seemed so…different from him. He couldn’t put his finger on it, but there was something about them that made him feel uncomfortable.

As Kuto walked through the streets of Panama City, he couldn’t help but notice the looks he was getting from people. He tried to ignore it at first, telling himself that they were just curious about him because he looked different than they did. But after a while, the stares started to make him feel uneasy and even a little scared.

He wasn’t sure why, but Kuto got the feeling that these people knew something about him that he didn’t know himself; something dark and terrible that would change everything if it ever came to light..