These Strange Happenings
Steadily the rain had started to fall down from the dark sky. The countless number of stars spread above the buildings, stars that could not be touched by human hands from the earth, shining down on us as though they were angels watching us. The sun was long gone and the houses were barely lit, rays of light only shining through the windows. I was bored today, nothing special had come to mind and all I could do was sit by the window of my house and watch the rain pouring down heavily onto the many houses and cars. Although I’m 15, nearly turning 16 in a few days-time, there wasn’t much to do for me as the normal teenage hobbies weren’t that fascinating and did not interest me as much as photography. My name is Felix and I currently live with my parents and my younger sister.
It was possibly around 7:00 p.m., mother had called me to the dining table to eat, and we were having spaghetti that night. I had a full stomach after that, and did not want any dessert later, I went upstairs to my room and shut the door behind me. My new room wasn’t that big - as we had just moved to Perth recently – but it had enough space that my claustrophobia would not take effect. I had already unpacked my things right after we moved in, it was clean…But it would soon get messy seeing as I’m described as lazy, unorganised and untidy or so my parents say, but still my sister looks up to me. Thinking too hard makes me tired and I soon dozed off, slowly closing my eyes and falling onto my bed. I wake up where I had slept, looking out at the window and only seeing pitch black, I look back at my clock which was placed on my desk, only to see a few hours had passed. My stomach growled with hunger, so I stood up and grabbing hold of the cold, brown doorknob and turning it anti-clockwise I slowly push the door open.
As soon as the door opened fully, I looked around the hallway to see if any light was still on. A pitch black hallway stood in the way, and...
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