This is going to be a very long post, so bear with my, please.
I apologize that I haven’t posted in a while again, but here I am, still alive. I’ve been running since two days after my last post. No, not from the Slender Man. From people, curious people.
I jumped off of a pretty high roof running from the Slender Man one night, right into a big group of people, which he, as it seems, didn’t want to get involved with. I did, however, hit my head, and I fell unconscious. Someone called the authorities and I was picked up in an ambulance in which my vital signs were monitored. You can probably guess what they found and what their reactions were.
I woke up in a hospital bed surrounded by a group of doctors and nurses. There were a few gasps when I woke up as well as some chin scratches. The doctors whispered among themselves for a few minutes, then all except one of them left the room.
“Hello Will,” the doctor said to me. “My name is Dr. Morrison. My colleagues and I are very… interested in you.”
“Why’s that, Doc?” I asked.
“When you were brought in here, we did an x-ray of your torso area. We really aren’t sure how you’re alive. You’re a scientific conundrum.”
At this point he was starting to scare me. “What makes me a ‘scientific conundrum?'”
He sighed heavily and said, “You don’t seem to have a heart.”
I closed my eyes and let my head slam back down onto the pillow. I don’t know why I was surprised, come to think of it. It’s not not it was beating. I told him I needed to leave.
“We… can’t let you do that.” He seemed to position himself near the door.
“Why’s that?” I asked.
“We… need to keep you here for a while. We need to know how you’re still alive-”
“That’s not my problem, doctor. It’s not my job to enlighten you to jack. Let me leave.”
He sighed. “We can’t.”
“I will force my way out.”
He looked me straight in the eyes. “Good luck. Security’s been tightened since you got here.”
I then proceeded to get up, disconnect a bunch of wires, then barrel through the doctor and the glass door behind him.
I narrowly escaped the hospital and have been chased ever since, but there hasn’t been any recent sign on Slender Man. My next post will continue what happened during my long absence before.
Until next time,