“It’s the horror; it’s like living in there with that, you’ve become part of it. You’ve become part of the horror, of what you’re horrified of, you’ve become the mould. The mould and the stink and the stench and the dirt and the nastiness. You become that. When you walk on the street, you believe that’s exactly what you are.
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