Much has been written about John Kramer and how he came to be the mastermind we all know
as the Jigsaw killer. His life has been picked apart and analyzed by journalists, investigators,
coroners, and laymen, then clumsi]y pieced back together and put on display in books and
documentaries for true-crime enthusiasts.
But all these biographies are false narratives, and the flesh is finite. His work, his legacy, is the
gospel that wakes us from our stupor and gives our lives purpose as the clock continues to count
down. I have followed his teachings and learned from his philosophy, and I have dedicated my
life to dissecting, testing, and understanding that “vital piece”.
Jigsaw becomes legion: a horde of disciples who understand a life is measured not in increments
but by a single defining moment. How many of us truly know what we are capable of until we are
given the ultimate choice: Live or Die? How many of us crave the clarity only the games can
provide? How much of your own blood are you willing to spill, how many pounds of flesh are you
willing to shed, to be free?
This world is suffering. You are suffering. But you are not alone. Not anymore.