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Amnesia Killed Them, Pt 2In the Previous part of Amnesia Killed Them:
Flashes of lightning streaked across the sky, leaving loud noises roaring afterwards...
The more I saw of this creature, the more I felt I should run and that I knew it...
The grunt reached out for me...
Now, onto part 2 of Amnesia Killed Them
The darkness covered most of the castle. Small candles, nearly burnt out, lit these creaky wooden floors. My ears are irritated with a screeching noise I hear getting louder. The grunt pulls my arm whenever I try to look back, as if something was behind me that I shouldn't see. "Where are we headed?" I say, breathing heavily to the dusty air. "Rrrrrrraaauughhh..." it didn't seem to actually reply to me, maybe it just couldn't with that low hanging jaw.
We traveled across the castle, from wood floors to the stone floors of the prison section. Whimpering, someone is whimpering in a cell
Amnesia Killed Them As I waited for my computer to load, I watched the rain patter against the window pane. Flashes of lightning streaked across the sky, leaving loud noises roaring afterwards. My screen flashes on, my attention draws from the window to my screen, it was still preparing for my use. "I'll get food while this loads..." I whisper to myself in the darkness, grabbing a flashlight in case of a blackout. 'Hope I don't have to use this.' I look at my flashlight, barely used yet not new. My hands searched for a light switch for the kitchen, having no luck and instead I found the fridge. Taking a moment to stretch, it was late night and everyone is asleep. My hand pulled open the fridge and my eyes searched for a midnight snack. "Don't know how people can sleep through a storm..." I mumble to myself, "Especially one so close to home." I couldn't find anything appetizing in the fridge, that or it was too big for a snack, so I decided to just pour myself a glass of milk.
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