Marilyn Manson - The Nobodies - 1

I wanted to hold this one off but since minds is in heat I'll attend the posting orgy. To everyone who doesn't know what this is: expect more images with that girl, forming a short story. Download if you will: https://www.deviantart.com/ledocool/art/Marlyn-Manson-The-Nobodies-1-867006107 PS Deviantart got rid of neat and short links to the post; me sad. #marlynmanson #story #thenobodies #art

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