S I C K . (A Slenderman Story) - Chapter TwoS I C K . (A Slenderman Story) - Chapter Two9 months ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The building looked like a prison. In a way, it was. As the girl approached it, her feet slowed. She wondered if she should have gone home first and grabbed a change of clothes, maybe a book to read... She shook her head. I might not be put away.... She frowned, and stood there in thought for a few long seconds. If anything, I can call someone to deliver my things. She reasoned with herself, uneasy. She readjusted her purse and grabbed the strap a bit more tightly than usual before pushing open the front doors to the Mental Health Clinic. A small chime of bells announced her arrival. It was a very soothing place. The owners of the establishment must have been ridiculously rich. Elaborate mirrored waterfalls lined a few of the walls, and framed awards and diplomas were placed under soft yellow lights along the entrance hallway. The carpets were a shade of blue that would have been too tacky anywhere else, but it oddly seemed to fit here. The recepti
S I C K . (A Slenderman Story) - Chapter OneS I C K . (A Slenderman Story) - Chapter One9 months ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Beginning, or Continuation?
She tightened her arms around her chest. The wind was harsh and speckled with snow. Of course her zipper broke today, Murphy's Law seemed to follow her everywhere. The muffled dragging of her feet echoed softly, silenced by the creeping snowfall. She passed by buildings she had seen all her life, never paying any mind to them, though their dark, abandoned windows made them look like a skull with sunken eyes.
Her feet seemed to stop on their own.
She looked up at the grey, cloud ridden sky. A single snowflake fell onto the tip of her nose. She raised one gloved hand to wipe the cold water away. As she did so, she turned to give the building beside her a good look. Every day, she walked by this old skeleton of an apartment complex. Never before had it intrigued her. She looked around her. The streets were devoid of any other people. The winter weather had driven this once busy street into isolation.
She looked back at the building, and for