The sleeping bag I carried over my right shoulder suddenly seemed heavier and my stomach did more flips than I could count.
I couldn't believe Lully and E.D. were making me do this. It had started as a simple game of Truth or Dare with our friends Felix and Ryan. Of course, I was blamed for assuming that this would all be normal. That's how it always happened, someone had to find a way to blame me. Me! And I'm probably the most innocent out of all of us...
Assume. Makes an 'Ass' out of 'U' and 'Me'... Put those three together and see what you get.
Here's my advice; Never ever play a game with two older boys... Especially the ones who're into Creepypasta.
"Man up, Zia," E.D. said vexatiously, tapping her fingers on the handle of her purple and black suitcase. Zia always figured she was really into Halloween. Most of what she wore consisted of skulls and black. Right now she had her caramel highlighted hair in a ponytail. "It's only one night. Plus, there'll be plenty of time to get back at Felix for this."
Of course, we all had no idea how wrong she was.
"Let's just get this over with," Lully whined. E.D and I called her Luls, mostly because she laughed a lot, plus she was oddly humorous considering what she'd been through.
We started to trudge toward the cobwebbed doors with spiral black designs covering the front. As I edged closer to the porch, it didn't look as freaky.
Well, aside from the creepy bench swing that barely hung from the roof, sliding back and forth in the wind. Oh, and we can't forget those creaking sounds, right?
Your probably thinking of how much a wuss I'm being right now. Look, I'm not usually this freaked out... I mean, I can watch a million horror movies and still feel completely unafraid. This... It just felt different. I knew something wasn't right, but I just didn't have the guts to try and find out. You probably think I'm crazy now too.
"Is it unlocked?" I asked, slowly reaching for the rusty silver knob. I put my hand on it and attempted to pull. "Aw, man, it's locked. Oh well, let's go," As I started to turn, E.D. grabbed my arm.
"If I'm going through this," She spat venomously, tightening her grip on my arm. "You're going through it with me."
I glared at her with little force, but sighed in defeat. There was absolutely no way to get out of this, no matter how bad the inkling in my chest kept saying Get out while you can!
I forced myself to turn around. Think it couldn't get weirder? Well, get this. The door was open.
"Uh, Luls?" I questioned, raising my eyebrows.
"...Yeah?" She turned her head to me.
"Did... Did you open the door?"
Lully furrowed her brows and turned back to the entrance.
"Um," She breathed. "I don't think it's going to make you less freaked out, either way."
I rolled my eyes at that.
"Ugh!" I shouted. "I am not freaked out! Am I the only one with a really, really bad feeling about this?"
Without an answer and only a shake of her head, Lully began to walk through the door with her bag in hand, E.D. following close behind.
There was a red flash of light, almost like jello in thin air, when the two walked through the doors, disappearing quickly after.
Now I knew this wasn't going to end well.
What I didn't know...Was how right I was.