Tasting Evil-Part 2 : State Of My Mind

All that had just happened seemed more like fantasy than horror.

I always had idiosyncratic imaginations, and I thought this one was no different. Completely baffled. I just couldn’t believe whether this one was for real.

My eyes turned towards the Absolut bottle on the shelf. I hadn’t tasted one in a month. I opened it, and heck, it was strong and exotic.

I thought about the ghostly terror, the old woman, my sister, and my mom. I went back to August 2010, and reminded myself of the Peters’ family which was once happy and easy going, ended in a tragedy.

Seated on my couch, my chin sank onto my chest. Not knowing what else to do, I simply clicked the first contact on my speed dial.

“Hello ?”

“Hello ?”

“Shall we meet tomorrow ?”

I could hear my own voice.

“Okay. Everything good ?”

“Ahm, well, yeah. We need to talk.”

“Okay.”

“Good night.”

“Good night. See you tomorrow at four. The usual place.”

“Okay. Bye.”

“Bye.”

I walked towards the mirror again, I knew it was stupid, but I just did it.

On the mirror, running from south-west to north-east, were red, frail, letters. It took me time to realize it wasn’t ink, but blood.

A name of, probably, a girl.

It simply said : Lilly Redbook.

Who the hell was that ?

(To be continued…)

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