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Friday Night, Deadly Night. Chapter 5Sherry slowly opened her eyes. With the awakening came also headache. Her vision was still blurry and thoughts were mixed in one big mish-mash. She barely could remember what happened. The young woman let out a silent, painful moan and tried to rise a bit so she could lean on her elbows. As her vision became more or less clear, Sherry realized that she was lying on some old, nearly broken bed in a totally unfamiliar place. It looked like an old cabin that hasn’t been cleaned for years. There were three more beds in it with a nightstand at each of them. So much Sherry could see, as it was dark outside and she still felt like drunk.
“Oh my god… what… where am I?” she whispered to herself. “What happened? How did I even get here?”
Sherry slowly sat on the bed and rubbed her temple. She still wasn’t entirely sure whether it was a dream or reality. Then she pinched the skin on her left arm to make sure she wasn’t sleeping. No. She was ab
Silent Hill: Fateful Dreams. Chapter 8Thursday morning started off as usual. But Linda couldn’t be truly peaceful deep inside after her encounter with Mitch yesterday. That man really couldn’t leave her alone once and for all. What is his problem? I still can’t really comprehend, – she thought to herself. It seemed that he had so much hate in his heart that Linda was unable to understand how he could even live with it. Such people usually lost their minds in the result. And that’s what exactly was happening to Mitch.
“He will get what he deserved,” Linda whispered to herself, drinking tea while having breakfast, and an evil grin appeared on her face. “If James told the truth about those abominations that roam around in Silent Hill, Mitch sure will have his “fun”. I somehow have a feeling he will not get out of that town alive.”
The young female finished breakfast soon enough and left her flat. Luckily the bus stop was practically right in front of the
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