Truth and dare

Just a normal truth and dare game, with a dare that will change Alex's life forever.
In the small town of Hendersonville, there is one old castle that stands out with a mystery. Many people are seen entering easily, but none are seen coming out, and one particular dare sends normal teenager, Alex, investigating it.
He finds things no human will ever encounter in their life, and sees things no human will ever imagine of seeing.
It turns out the old castle isn't just a pile of old bricks, it holds a dark and mysterious secret that is hidden from the outside world.

Truth and dare will never be the same again...not after this.

Written in the !st person in the past.


8. Final goodbyes

My mind was not clouded or fuzzy anymore.

The voice continued looking for what it wanted on the shelf, while I continued panicking, heart beating faster and faster.

My eyes were shut, and I was trying to steady my breathing, when the voice started taking off the hard role that bound my ankles, body and wrists to the table. At first, I was about to thank him for letting me go, when he dragged me to the coffin containing Max, and opened the lid.

I screamed.

He was not Max. He was, of course, but he looked so different. His cheeks had sunk, and so had his eyes, and he looked a pale colour, almost grey, with his hair standing on end, and his eyes empty, but open, looking into space. Empty. Hollow. DEAD. He had been wearing he same clothes as before, but they looked dirty and ragged, with rips and scratches.

Tears poured down my face, and my mouth opened, but no sound came out. My head hurt, but it was the moment I knew that everything was over. That I was going to end up just like Max, and there was no way back, nothing I could do to prevent it.

Before I knew it, the voice grabbed me again, and strapped me back onto the cold, hard steel table.

I knew it was going to happen any time soon, so I closed my eyes, and said my last words to my family and friends, I whispered quietly to myself how much I loved them, and thought about Nick, who was probably still waiting outside, thinking how I broke my promise to him, how I'll never be able to see anyone again.

And just as I said, "I love you all, I'm sorry.', there was pain everywhere.

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