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...Where?

By RMXStudio All Rights Reserved ©

Horror / Mystery

Here.

I awoke in darkness.

I think...

I don't exactly know where I am, nor am I sure that I woke up.

Saying I woke up is kind of weird. It's more like I...

It's like I just came to be in this place, rather suddenly.

I don't remember what I was doing before.

I don't know why I'm here.

Was I...kidnapped or something?

It doesn't matter if I was. I just need to get out of here.

I try walking forward, putting my hands before me to feel where I was going.

Wow...it's so dark I can't even see my hands.

Hell, I can't even really tell if I'm walking forward.

I can't feel any walls, I can't see a damn thing. I don't know where I am, how I got here...

"What's happening?"

"Everything is."

...What?

That...that sounded like me.

"Hello? Is...is anyone there?"

"I am. And you are, too. Now."

"Where are you?"

"I'm nowhere."

...How did the voice get so far away? 

"And everywhere."

I swat at my ear, startled by it being so close. 

How did it move so fast?

"Why do you sound like me?"

"Why do you sound like me?"

"Hey, I'm the one asking questions here."

"And I'm the one answering them."

This guy...he's going to get annoying really quick.

"Listen, I need to get out of here. Are you going to help?"

"No."

"...Fine then. Thanks for being honest."

"You're welcome."

I could almost hear the guy smiling, rude bastard.

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