Kinda makes the Popsicle stick sculpture we made for Father's Day look like shit.
Let's assume that everything we see in this picture are supplies the family already had. That means Bughuul must have done an inventory with each child, conceiving the contraption using the tools they had available. Next, the demon would have to explain the construction plan to the kid -- either through haunting mind control or perhaps some kind of pencil sketch. Each piece of rope would be measured and laid out on the grass, and the ends would be tied into a noose ... which I'm assuming Bughuul would walk the kid through making, since she's barely old enough to tie her shoes.
Next, each family member would be dragged into the yard and somehow held upright while each noose is wrapped around their neck. Considering the girl's size and that the family is drugged, that would mean she'd have to string them up first, then climb the tree and swing the rope over the top branch, before using her own body as counterweight and tying the other end. Finally, the little girl would need to learn how to load and operate a Super 8 camera, set up a tripod, and finally exert her final strength into cutting the branch -- no doubt exhausted from a night learning basic rope and pulley mechanics. When you look at it like this, Bughuul seems less like a child-stealing hell spawn and more like a camp counselor who's really into Slipknot.
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