Upon arriving at the town (albeit belatedly), Remiel finds a nice, secluded rustic cottage that seems inviting. Strangely, though, it fills him with a sense of unexplained deja vu. This feeling is amplified when he enters the cottage and discovers his own corpse, badly decomposed and picked clean to the bones. The bones bear the traces of many teeth-marks, as if having been feasted upon by a large animal.
"Well," he blinks, "this is a promising sign, and one that fills me with optimism and hope. I can tell already that I'm going to like it here."
Whistling merrily, he sweeps the carnage out the back door and then settles down to arranging his belongings.