The story is all about human evil, after an event in some location. The tourists find themselves stranded, left to fend for themselves and family, the location is family oriented such as resort so the tourists who would eventually become survivors will allow me to turn the tourists/survivors into villains where nobody is innocent. I want the setting to become increasingly desperate and morality eventually be thrown out of the window and become a dog eat dog situation with human evil being the main villain. This will allow me to inject some horror, but I'm considering adding some psychological/supernatural horror where the reader doesn't know what to make of it. Such ideas would be strange inhuman sounds are heard every now and then, survivors mentioning seeing some strange things or saying that the place feels "wrong". One of the scenes I've already included is that the main character has already killed by this point, she is trying to find food in the resort which is now very rare as the resort has already been looted by other survivors. Anyway, as she is following a potential person carrying food, she notices that it isn't human but something that resembles a human. I'm unsure what to think of it but considering to use it as the main characters "boogey man". A representation of what she is becoming. She will never fight it and never will see it clearly and will be a one off situation. Not only this but scenes of human evil will be prevalent later on such as bodies littering the resort. What do people think of this? Will this break the story? I'm using the disaster as a symbol of the darker side of humanity coming out to play. I'm trying to make it as if the resort is cursed.