Hello? Hello, hello? Uh I wanted to record a message for you to help you get settled in on your first night. Um, I actually worked in that office before you.....” the phone guy spoke to the night guard, Jeremy Fitzgerald. It was Jeremy’s first night shift at Freddy Fazbear’s Pizzeria. It was supposedly a simple job he’d found on Craigslist. All he had to do was babysit a couple of animatronics for six hours. Piece of cake.
Wasn't too difficult until the purple, rabbit looking animatronic, Bonnie, started to get...active. Ignoring the phone guy, Jeremy completely doubted that the animal like robots could move. Wrong, he was. Yet he did get to 6:00, somehow with 8% power.
Stressful night it was for Jeremy, though it was an easy money maker. All he had to do was survive five nights.
Seemingly, the nights got progressively harder. Especially since phone guy hadn't saved a message for him sense the fourth night. Jeremy had had multiple run-ins with the animatronics, Foxy running down the hallway, Bonnie standing at the door, Chica messing around in the kitchen, and Freddy just simply staring into the camera.
The intensity was almost thrilling for Jeremy, as he continued to work the job. He'd taken every chance he could with these animatronics, he took every job he could with Fazbear Entertainment (preferably night shifts in his mind). Nobody could grasp why Jeremy continued to take these jobs, he'd been injured severely once by an eerie robot named Mangle. The robot almost did as her name said, she attempted to mangle him. She was close to biting off his frontal lobe. As Jeremy adored this job he didn't sue the company, but thanked them for the "experience". He was a mad man, that's what he was. And as always, everything has to come to and end.
In a sudden turn of events, Jeremy was found dead in the new allure (Fazbear's Fright: The Horror Attraction!). There was no known explanation. The corpse of Jeremy was found in a Freddy Fazbear suit, rotten and decomposed. The press never got any answers on the homicide, so the civilians assumed that he'd gotten stuck inside of the suit while messing around. The police took years to try and figure out what had happened, but after two years they finally closed the case.
Fazbear's Fright: The Horror Attraction soon shut down after their employee's death, as they were economically dying. The story of Fazbear's Entertainment quieted down, as people went back to their normal lives. Though, when one door closes, another is bound to open up.
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