Washington State, 1991. At the shores of the Salish Sea, boundaries are dissolving. An outbreak of strange phenomena is overtaking local population centers…hauntings, UFOs, and things that defy categorization all begin bleeding together. And it’s “changing” people.
Different forces scramble to control the narrative, but the ground itself is shifting beneath people’s feet, as the walls between “mind” and “place” begin to thin. Something new is emerging, that refuses definition and control. And once it arrives, people better be ready for it.

Set during the Gulf War, FLAP is a fiery blend of Pacific Northwest folklore and Mexican surrealism…wrapped in 90s neon ooze kitsch, and laced with the fury of the Dead.

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