Chapter Two

For the first person living, the single weak point was an instinctual trace of undeveloped impulse control. It must've presented itself with an opportunity, and maybe this had been a weird thing. They weren't expecting a concrete and valuable collection of screwdrivers, probably with thinly-veiled suspicions, that a defective but well-meaning ghost was present, that will never give you any answers despite that strange moment, because they ultimately do not know anything about that. So they all just stood there, stoked to be free. They didn't even know the missions became about hiding things, pieces of string, letters. The messages were all fairly cryptic. “….the Spider, We're really, really sorry.” This would prove a weird thing, and to be my ultimate downfall. 

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