The Morgue’s Midnight Visitors

The Morgue's Midnight Visitors

My dear family,

I hope this letter finds you well. I am writing to you from my new job as a pathologist in a small town in the middle of nowhere. It’s a strange place, full of eerie tales and legends that have been passed down for generations.

Last night, I was working late in the morgue when I heard a strange noise. At first, I thought it was just my imagination, but then I heard it again. It sounded like someone scratching at the door.

I cautiously approached the door and peered through the peephole. To my horror, I saw a figure standing outside, shrouded in darkness. It was too dark to make out any features, but I could tell it was not human.

Suddenly, the door burst open, and the figure lunged at me. I screamed and stumbled backward, tripping over a pile of medical supplies.

As I scrambled to my feet, I realized that the figure was not alone. It was surrounded by a horde of otherworldly beings, each one more terrifying than the last.

I tried to run, but they were too fast. They cornered me in a small room, their eyes glowing in the darkness. I knew then that I was trapped.

For what felt like hours, they tormented me, taunting me with their ghastly whispers and scratching at the walls. I was paralyzed with fear, unable to move or speak.

But then, something amazing happened. I remembered my love for you, my dear family, and it gave me the strength to fight back. With all my might, I summoned up the courage to confront these creatures head-on.

It was a fierce battle, one that left me bruised and battered. But in the end, I emerged victorious. The creatures were driven back into the darkness from whence they came, and I was left alone in the morgue once again.

I am sharing this story with you, my dear family, not to frighten you, but to remind you of the power of love. No matter how dark and terrifying the world may seem, we must never forget that we are not alone. We have each other, and that is the greatest weapon against fear and uncertainty.

With all my love,

Your devoted family member

Author: Opney. Illustrator: Dalli. Publisher: Cyber.

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