The Key is here in my hand. I found the end… the end of Halloween comics right behind this door. I’m turning the key, I’m trying the knob. I open the door and I feel a sudden rush. Like Everything went through me. Everything, time, wind, hours, minutes, dust. I’m back at the mansion again. The same one I was stuck in before! it’s 2016 now as I check my Apple iPhone™ 6 Plus. It’s October 2016. I’m stuck, stuck in a hell of Halloween comics and horror gags forever. The truth is there is never a good ending when it comes to scary video games or movies. The scariest thing is the lingering thought that you succeeded taken away by doubt. Doubt will plague us all until it’s over. Until it is all.
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