‘Yes, you’re house,’ he repeated. He leaned back, ruffled his hair and watched me. I did not know what I felt first. Shock? No, that was not possible. Interest? No, that was not possible either. My interest had already been fulfilled once I walked down that secret passageway. Fear? The wider his smile got, the more »
‘I can’t remember it all, but they believed in evil spirits, and believed that they needed to get rid of it.’
The first thing I did in the morning was pull out my laptop. I sat at the counter, with the charger plugged. The electrician hadn’t come to sort out the wires for my floor, yesterday. But to be completely honest, I could not remember anything about my day apart from the room. ‘You’ve still got more »
‘Argh,’ I groaned, as I attempted to move my aching body. Bright light lit the room, painful to the eye. I blinked several times and pulled myself up. Trying to find my bearings, I immediately thought of the previous event. I began looking around, quick steps from one end of the room to the other. more »
I tried to open the door, even pushed it with all my might, but nothing happened. It did not even budge. I began banging the door; no sound could be heard from me.