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When a Marine unit burn down a shack built from human bones, one by one they die horrific deaths and must decide to rebuild the shack with the fallen or try to make it out of the jungle alive.
Inspired by a true story, now more of a legend, of a platoon of Marines in Vietnam who came across a farm. They believed it to be a Vietcong outpost and were ordered to burn it to the ground. They did, only to find that it was the farm of a little old woman who angrily told them to rebuild her house.
They ignored her and moved on. Each day, a soldier in the platoon died of natural causes. Until the third day, when they returned and spent two weeks rebuilding her farm.
Recently, photos were released of these men rebuilding this farm. The entire structure was built from bones and pulled human skins. Of the eight men in the platoon, only two men are depicted in the photos. The men looked as is they had spent a year in a labor camp. It is unsure if the men perished at the site. There was no information regarding the composite of the bones and skin used to build the structure. It is unknown if the shack still stands today.