I sit beside my purse, the sound of Rolf's voice ringing in my ears. Surly he was being over dramatic. The animatronics couldn't do that, could they? I am too overwhelmed to think, so I just take a few deep breaths and lean back in the chair, hoping that what Rolf said isn't true. After a few minutes it finally occurs to me that I should check the security cameras, so I turn on the computer sitting on the desk. It makes a low rumbling sound and a whirring and takes about a full three minutes to turn on. My reflection stares at me through the black screen, and I have enough time to think that this computer is probably very old.
Then the oddest thing happens. It's like I'm in one of those old movies where everything is black and white, but suddenly the world comes to life in color, like The Wizard Of Oz. This whole place is completely run down, the walls gray and stained, the lights flickering from time to time, the dirty surfaces, the cobweb-filled corners, the dusty floor, the smell of the animatronics, the old computer. It's disgusting. That's not really what bothers me, though(however I no longer feel sanitary sitting in this chair), It's actually the fact that everyone is so oblivious to it like everyone is brainwashed or under some sort of spell. It's baffling and makes me nauseous like suddenly I'm going to slip away to the floor and to oblivion.
Dazed, I fumbled with the keyboard on the computer until I realize it was on and I snap back to reality. I am looking at a room through a camera, and Bonnie, Chicka, and Freddy are all standing motionless in it, so it must be the stage. I quickly flip the camera to pirate cove. Foxy stands just behind the curtain, but he doesn't look like he's going to start wandering around anytime soon. I start to relax. Rolf was probably just joking around, I mean, no one is moving. It's completely fine.
I flip over to the stage again. No one is moving. I flip to the hallways next to me. No one is here either. I start snickering as I flip through the cameras because I don't need to worry about the animatronics, I just have to look for any suspicious activity that might help solve the mystery of the bite. When I flip to the stage again, however, my heart stops. Bonnie is gone.
"No, no, no, no," I mumble as I flip through the cameras.
I suddenly think how inconvenient the camera system is, only allowing you to see one camera at a time. I have to find him. Finally, I see him in the dining hall and I take a deep breath.
"It's okay," I whisper to myself, "It's going to be fine..."
I flip to pirate cove and Foxy is not moving, so I flip back to the dining hall. Bonnie is gone.
"S**t! Where did he go now!" I whisper to myself.
I start to panic, frantically flipping through the cameras to try to find him.
I hear an odd, "Dum dum dum," And I begin to laugh in fear.
I finally find him in the west hall. Wait, the west hall... He's right outside my door. I slowly turn my head to the door and toggle the light switch and when the light flickers on... let's just say I've never been more terrified. His eyes are wide and bloodshot, his mouth is hanging open, his arm outstretched. I scream, jumping up and knocking over the chair as I run out of the office and down the east hall. I hear Bonnie clambering along behind me, but I don't look back because if I do, I'm scared Bonnie will be the last thing I ever see. I run to the dining hall and run to the only place that could be remotely safe; the back room. I run in and slam the door behind me, leaving Bonnie to hammer his fists down on the metal door, scaring me half to death. I stand against the door, shivering and catching my breath, which comes out in thick clouds.
I can't believe it's so cold in here. I mean, was it for the suits, or was it just because this place couldn't afford heat in here? I want to snicker at my little joke, but the shock and fear of what had just happened is too overwhelming for my body to express any joy. Fearing to freeze to death, I slowly start moving through the room while Bonnie continues to hammer on the door maniacally, hoping to find a heat source or possibly an exit. The room is dark, so dark that I can't see five feet in front of me, so I hold my hands out to steady myself if I fall on something like a suit or head, and then I hopefully I won't panic, thinking it's a real animatronic. My hands suddenly find a switch and I immediately flip it, hoping for some light. The lights do come on, but I regret ever turning around to see the room.
How could I forget about Golden Bonnie? He was on the stage when the bite took place. I still forgot, though. Well, here he is, laying on the floor in front of me. Laying on the floor in a pool of blood. I scream, covering my hands with my mouth and backing into the wall. He is ripped and torn, blood leaking out. He is twitching, twitching more, jerking even, and then I see it. I see the eyes staring up at me. They are human eyes. I'm screaming so hard I'm crying, my voice is going hoarse. I run to the exit, flinging the door open, not caring if Bonnie was right outside because at this point death was better than witnessing what appears to be the death of a human. Thankfully, Bonnie isn't there, so I charge down the west hall without looking back.
As soon as I enter the office, I shut both the doors, pressing the button that forced them down. I don't care if I'm using up power, I don't care. I collapse into the desk chair and actually doze off. When I wake up, it's 5:30, and suddenly I feel more alert. I open up the doors and check my power. 35%. S**t. As the night goes on, Chicka starts to wander, so I follow her around with the cameras until 6:00 AM, when I get the hell out of there.