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  • "Please keep cage locked" is what the door read as she walked by one of the eeriest rooms she has ever encountered. What could possibly be in there, she mouths to herself as she take a quick second to look around her, frightened as if the keeper of the gate would appear and spook her away. There is just something about a mysterious abandoned door that takes everyone's mind to the ends of the earth. With no one insight, she walks through the doorway into the dimly lit storage room. Taking several quick looks at her surroundings, she can't help but wonder why this moment felt so strange. Suddenly it dawns on her, this was like the scene in her favorite movie where aliens take over an entire town, starting on the football field and ending in the storage of the men's locker room. Imagining herself as the protagonist of the film, she takes steps closer to the cage, goosebumps cover her skin and chills crawl up her spine. Not caring how silly she must look, slowly lurking towards a storage space unit in the basement of her school like an old Scooby Doo episode she used to watch as a small child. "Five more steps and I'm to the door", she thought to herself. Sweaty palms and a heavy heart, she can feel the hairs on her forearm stand as she grows more curious to what lies behind. 3...2...1..., she counts her last steps under her breath. At the door she turns the knob. It's Locked...
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