The time, 2:03AM.
The location, four miles south of Allegheny National park in Pennsylvania
A bright red convertible car drove along, and in tow there was a van along a very lonely road which occasionally had a gradual turn. Besides occasionally tall electrical towers that carried power across stretches of land, there was little out here. Occasionally a farm field, too.
The red car came to a stop along the side of the road. The van pulled up alongside it.
A boy looking to be early twenties stepped out of the driver side of the car, and pulled out a flashlight to look at a paper map. Inside the car where four others, two boys and a girl.
The door of van opened up, out stepping yet another teen. He came over, his phone in his hand, working on the bright screen.
“Well, I’m lost,” the one with the map said. “What about you, Josh?”
“I have shit signal,” he said.
The plan was to find a semi famous spot where teens could gather for late night shenanig