Five Card Story: Curiosity Got The Best Of Me, I Guess

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a Five Card Flickr story by Sara Zettlemoyer created Apr 19 2021, 12:45:02 am. Create a new one!

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Two friends from Fort Benton, Montana decided one day that they were going to go for a walk, while on their walk they came across a fence with a sign reading "Danger, High Voltage Zone". Being the rebel that he was Ricardo decided to touch the fence just to see if it was really a warning or just an empty threat. Sara begged him not to, just in case it was real but he did not listen. To their surprise it was just an empty threat. For a moment they were curious, slipping through the broken fence they started walking up to what looked like an abandoned building, it was huge. Kind of had a creepy abandoned psychiatric home vibe to it. They argued for a while on whether or not they should go in or not. Evidently Sara won and they began to go inside. With the door being unlocked they began walking through a long hallway which looked like it was multiple rooms for the patience. Looking in one of the rooms, Ricardo found a small hatch with the name Amendis on it. They thought that maybe that was that persons last name or some kind of meaning on who ever had the room. Inside of the hatch was a hidden box with notes and trinkets that this person must have collected while being there. A few of the notes looked like journal entries, while the rest were notes and drawings. While looking through the box a loud thunder came rumbling throughout the house and the sky turned dark, which was odd being as it was the middle of the day. Ricardo shrugged it off thinking it was just another storm, but Sara couldn't help but feel a bad feeling about being there and looking through the box. She convinces him to put the box back and leave, but when they went to leave they found a barred gate and chains around the lock where the front door was. Freaking out Ricardo tried breaking the lock and door down, but had no luck. They decided to try and find a window to climb out of since they were only on the first floor. Successful, they made their way out of the house not even looking back, knowing that that place was meant to keep people out for a reason. They never spoke of their adventure to anyone, not even until this day. They even go out of their way now to avoid that street, knowing that something is definitely up with that building.

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