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10/23/2020 10:07 PM 

Things aren't what they seem Season 1 Part 4 "Dangerous people"
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Jake rode in his car through the long farm lands, Jessica was losing a lot of blood. Jake felt a gurgle from the engine and the car stopped. Jake Got out and looked at the engine, busted. He got back in the car, took the keys and Jessica and walked down the old highway. He walked for a while and saw an old house in the distance. Jessica stirred and he shushed her. Walking up to the lonely house in the middle of the Irish countryside, he noticed the bones hanging everywhere. He knocked on the door, a woman, about the age of 20, stepping out. She looked at Jessica and urged him in quickly, looking around for anyone that might disrupt them. She closed the door and offered a chair for them. Jake put Jessica in the chair and sat in a chair adjacent from her. The woman left the room and Jake looked around the neat and tidy home. Despite what it looked like on the outside, the inside looked like an old Victorian. Chandeliers hung from the ceiling, bringing light to all the paintings. Jake felt odd at this house, like there was something the house was hiding something. The woman came back with a needle and thread and stiched Jessica up. Jake watched as the needle dug into her skin. Jessica groaned and the woman shushed her. 

 

When the woman was done, she picked Jessica up and walked up the glorious stairs. “Where are you taking her?” Jake asked, getting up from his chair. “This girl needs to rest.” She said. Jake followed her as she opened up a door to a periwinkle room. She set Jessica on the bed and changed her clothes. Then, putting the blanket up to her chest, she left the room. Jake stood there for a moment, watching Jessica sleep, then followed the woman down stairs. At the bottom, she turned. “Go and sit in the living room, and I’ll make tea.” Jake nodded and walked back to the chair he was sitting at. He looked around the room, while hearing water running and the woman humming. He noticed one of the chairs had some red substance on it. He walked over and looked at it. It was very dark. He touched it and it felt thick, thicker than water. As he looked, he didn’t realise that the humming had stopped. The woman cleared her throat, Jake immediately turning around. She smiled and set the tray with their tea on the table. Jake got up and sat down in the chair he was looking at. The woman handed him his tea and she watched as he took a sip. The bitter taste filling his mouth. “I’m Leslie. I’ve lived in this house for my entire life.” Jake nodded and set his tea cup down. “I’m Jake and the girl is Jessica.” Leslie nodded. “So what happened?” Jake picked up his cup and stared at the light brown liquid. “There was an accident. We were on a date and, well she was a little drunk…” Leslie nodded. “I understand, when people are drunk, they can do some stupid things.”

 

Jake finished his cup of tea and felt his head spinning. Leslie got up from her chair and knelt in front of him. “You should be more careful out here, there are some dangerous people.” Jake closed his eyes, and the tea cup fell to the floor. A single drop of a blue substance hit the carpet. Leslie picked him up and walked up the stairs. She took him to a green room and tied him to a chair. 

 

Jake woke up tied to a chair. He looked around and saw Leslie reading a book in the corner. She looked up at him, “Oh, good you’re up.” She set her book down and stood up. She smiled as she walked over to him. She sat on his legs. “We are going to have some fun, aren’t we?” She kissed him. “Why are you doing this?” Jake asked. She looked sad for a moment, then smiled. “Because it gets lonely here, you are going to stay here with me forever.” She ran her fingers through his hair. “And how do you know that I’ll stay?” She chuckled, “You can’t exactly leave can you?” Jake shook his head. “Don’t worry, I’ll make sure you’re nice and comfortable here. We’ll be together forever and ever.” She hugged him closely. “What about Jessica, what did you do with her?” Leslie let go, she looked disgusted. “You still worry about her, when you could have me? She’s fine, but I’ll need to punish you.” She got off of him and left the room. Coming back within minutes, she brought a hammer. “What are you going to do with that?” He asked. She looked upset, “I don’t want to do this to you, but you have to know that I’M the only one for you.” Jake watched in horror as she swung the hammer against his legs, smashing the bones to pieces. Jake yelled in pain, and Leslie looked as if she was going to cry. She dropped the hammer and got down on her knees. “I’m so sorry my love. I didn’t want to do it. I didn’t want to.” She held onto his leg and cried.

 

That night, Leslie placed Jake in bed with her. She didn’t bother tying him up, since his legs were broken. She held him close and fell asleep very easily. Jake stayed awake for a few hours. He was never going to be able to leave. He thought about Jessica, she was going to waste away in that room, alone. He closed his eyes and soon fell into an uneasy sleep.

 

Jake woke up to an empty bed. He sat up, pain shot down his spine and radiated through his legs. He groaned and looked around the room. Leslie opened the door, she walked over to the bed. She picked him up, which looked difficult to do and carried him down the stairs. At the bottom she put him in a wheelchair. “There you go.” She said, a sweet smile on her face. He wheeled him to the kitchen and stopped in front of a table. She had made a big breakfast for him, and he was so hungry, but he stopped. He watched as Leslie sat down and began to eat. She looked at him and stopped. “Is there something wrong with the food?” Jake looked at the food, there didn’t seem to be anything wrong, he shook his head and began to eat. Leslie smiled and continued to eat. Once she was done, she watched him finish, with loving eyes. Once he was done, she took his plate and kissed him on the cheek. She placed the dishes in the sink and sat back down. “So, what do you wish to do today?” Jake stared at her for sometime. She might have guessed that he was confused and giggled. ”We could walk through the garden, go into town, or we could just stay at home, just the two of us.” He thought for a moment. Going into town, he could get help, but she would be with him. The garden, what would they even do? “I guess we could just stay here, the two of us.” He answered. Yes, staying here would give him time to think of a way out. Leslie leaned in and touched his chin, he could see her brown eyes sparkle. “Okay, we’ll just stay here, I have to get the bedroom down here ready anyways.” She smiled and walked away. Jake sat there looking around the room. He began to think of a way out. 

Jessica opened her eyes. She saw a white ceiling above her. She picked her head up and immediately fell back down. Her head hurt. She tried to get up again, this time sitting up. She could feel a pain radiating from her side. She moved the covers and saw the badges. She looked around the pink room and blinked in the bright sunlight. She moved the covers and stepped onto the floor. As she did so, a woman came into the room. Jessica stared at the woman. She was about her size and age, had dark black hair, and stunning hazel eyes. She looked at the woman, who came to her side and helped her get to a chair. Jessica noticed that she had a weird look in her eyes, as if she were distraught or angry. “Where am I?” Jessica asked. The woman didn’t answer.  Jessica held her arm and stared at her. “Where am I?” The woman seemed to get angrier and slapped her hand away. “Don’t touch me.” Jessica was held in place as the woman taped her to the chair. Jessica tried to scream, but the woman taped her mouth shut. “He loves me, not you. I can’t let you distract him anymore.”  Jessica stared at her with confusion and the woman left.

Leslie came back into the kitchen. “Jake, what would you like to do?” she sits on his lap. Jake blushes and looks away. Leslie took his chin in her hand and stared into his eyes. “Are you thinking about her?” she asked, looking desperate. “N-no, I was just...it’s nothing.” Leslie smiled a little. She leaned in and kissed him. At first Jake seemed to retract, but after a moment, he gave in. 

That night, as Leslie slept, Jake got out of bed, his legs seeming to have healed faster than the average human. He stared at Leslie and smiled. He walked up the stairs and into the pink room. Jessica slept in the chair. Jake shook her awake and she awoke trying to say something to him. “Don’t worry, it’ll be over soon.” he whispered. He untied her and took the tape off her mouth. “Jake.” She hugged him tightly. He seemed uncomfortable for a moment. She let go and he took her hand. “We’re going to get out of here, I found a way.” He led her to the basement. It was lit only by candles. There was a large hourglass drawing on the floor. “What is this place?” Jessica asked. Jake smiled, “This is where she prays to her god, Malum.” Jessica stared up at him. “How do you know so much about her?” Jake smiled widely. “Because I am her.” Jake grabbed Jessica and threw her to the ground. He laughed with a psychotic laugh. Leslie came out of the shadows. She picked Jessica up. “You will join my army.” Jessica stared up at Leslie. “What are you?” She asked. “I. I am a collective mind.” Leslie answered. “I take bodies from those around me and give their souls to Malum.” Jake explained. Leslie smiled and brought Jessica close to her. She brushed Jessica’s hair out of her face. You will be the perfect host. 

A hot, burning pain erupts in Leslie’s side. Both her and Jake scream in pain. Leslie backs up and looks at her side. Her flesh is severely burned, she looks up to Jessica. Jessica’s hand burned, but she didn’t seem phased by it. “What did you do?!” Leslie cried in a voice deeper than her own. Jessica laughed. “I burned you.” Leslie looked in disbelief. “But how?!” Jessica shrugged, “I guess I have powers as well.” Leslie fell to her knees and Jessica ran. She ran to the door and ran to the highway. She flagged down a car and got in. “Please get me out of here.” The man nodded and they left the house. Jessica was sure that she would never see Jake again.

Jake stitched Leslie up. The symbol on the floor started to glow. A purple smoke rose and a girl with bright pink hair with blue eyes walked through. The smoke cleared and the girl walked up to Leslie. “Where are the souls you promised?” Leslie pulled a small decorative box from her bag. She handed it to the girl. The girl took it and opened the box. A bright light rose. “I thought you said there were two souls, where is the second one?” Leslie looked down. “She escaped. She had powers and burned me.” The girl slapped Leslie, her eyes pitch black with red irises. “You fool, if she knows who you are then you are doomed.” She opened her mouth and sucked the ball of light into her mouth. A scream emitted from the ball as it was sucked into her mouth. “I want you to find her and bring her to me. She could be useful.” The girl walked back to the symbol and the purple smoke rose again, clouding their vision for a moment, when the smoke cleared, the girl was gone.

 

Jake rode in his car through the long farm lands, Jessica was losing a lot of blood. Jake felt a gurgle from the engine and the car stopped. Jake Got out and looked at the engine, busted. He got back in the car, took the keys and Jessica and walked down the old highway. He walked for a while and saw an old house in the distance. Jessica stirred and he shushed her. Walking up to the lonely house in the middle of the Irish countryside, he noticed the bones hanging everywhere. He knocked on the door, a woman, about the age of 20, stepping out. She looked at Jessica and urged him in quickly, looking around for anyone that might disrupt them. She closed the door and offered a chair for them. Jake put Jessica in the chair and sat in a chair adjacent from her. The woman left the room and Jake looked around the neat and tidy home. Despite what it looked like on the outside, the inside looked like an old Victorian. Chandeliers hung from the ceiling, bringing light to all the paintings. Jake felt odd at this house, like there was something the house was hiding something. The woman came back with a needle and thread and stiched Jessica up. Jake watched as the needle dug into her skin. Jessica groaned and the woman shushed her. 

 

When the woman was done, she picked Jessica up and walked up the glorious stairs. “Where are you taking her?” Jake asked, getting up from his chair. “This girl needs to rest.” She said. Jake followed her as she opened up a door to a periwinkle room. She set Jessica on the bed and changed her clothes. Then, putting the blanket up to her chest, she left the room. Jake stood there for a moment, watching Jessica sleep, then followed the woman down stairs. At the bottom, she turned. “Go and sit in the living room, and I’ll make tea.” Jake nodded and walked back to the chair he was sitting at. He looked around the room, while hearing water running and the woman humming. He noticed one of the chairs had some red substance on it. He walked over and looked at it. It was very dark. He touched it and it felt thick, thicker than water. As he looked, he didn’t realise that the humming had stopped. The woman cleared her throat, Jake immediately turning around. She smiled and set the tray with their tea on the table. Jake got up and sat down in the chair he was looking at. The woman handed him his tea and she watched as he took a sip. The bitter taste filling his mouth. “I’m Leslie. I’ve lived in this house for my entire life.” Jake nodded and set his tea cup down. “I’m Jake and the girl is Jessica.” Leslie nodded. “So what happened?” Jake picked up his cup and stared at the light brown liquid. “There was an accident. We were on a date and, well she was a little drunk…” Leslie nodded. “I understand, when people are drunk, they can do some stupid things.”

 

Jake finished his cup of tea and felt his head spinning. Leslie got up from her chair and knelt in front of him. “You should be more careful out here, there are some dangerous people.” Jake closed his eyes, and the tea cup fell to the floor. A single drop of a blue substance hit the carpet. Leslie picked him up and walked up the stairs. She took him to a green room and tied him to a chair. 

 

Jake woke up tied to a chair. He looked around and saw Leslie reading a book in the corner. She looked up at him, “Oh, good you’re up.” She set her book down and stood up. She smiled as she walked over to him. She sat on his legs. “We are going to have some fun, aren’t we?” She kissed him. “Why are you doing this?” Jake asked. She looked sad for a moment, then smiled. “Because it gets lonely here, you are going to stay here with me forever.” She ran her fingers through his hair. “And how do you know that I’ll stay?” She chuckled, “You can’t exactly leave can you?” Jake shook his head. “Don’t worry, I’ll make sure you’re nice and comfortable here. We’ll be together forever and ever.” She hugged him closely. “What about Jessica, what did you do with her?” Leslie let go, she looked disgusted. “You still worry about her, when you could have me? She’s fine, but I’ll need to punish you.” She got off of him and left the room. Coming back within minutes, she brought a hammer. “What are you going to do with that?” He asked. She looked upset, “I don’t want to do this to you, but you have to know that I’M the only one for you.” Jake watched in horror as she swung the hammer against his legs, smashing the bones to pieces. Jake yelled in pain, and Leslie looked as if she was going to cry. She dropped the hammer and got down on her knees. “I’m so sorry my love. I didn’t want to do it. I didn’t want to.” She held onto his leg and cried.

 

That night, Leslie placed Jake in bed with her. She didn’t bother tying him up, since his legs were broken. She held him close and fell asleep very easily. Jake stayed awake for a few hours. He was never going to be able to leave. He thought about Jessica, she was going to waste away in that room, alone. He closed his eyes and soon fell into an uneasy sleep.

 

Jake woke up to an empty bed. He sat up, pain shot down his spine and radiated through his legs. He groaned and looked around the room. Leslie opened the door, she walked over to the bed. She picked him up, which looked difficult to do and carried him down the stairs. At the bottom she put him in a wheelchair. “There you go.” She said, a sweet smile on her face. He wheeled him to the kitchen and stopped in front of a table. She had made a big breakfast for him, and he was so hungry, but he stopped. He watched as Leslie sat down and began to eat. She looked at him and stopped. “Is there something wrong with the food?” Jake looked at the food, there didn’t seem to be anything wrong, he shook his head and began to eat. Leslie smiled and continued to eat. Once she was done, she watched him finish, with loving eyes. Once he was done, she took his plate and kissed him on the cheek. She placed the dishes in the sink and sat back down. “So, what do you wish to do today?” Jake stared at her for sometime. She might have guessed that he was confused and giggled. ”We could walk through the garden, go into town, or we could just stay at home, just the two of us.” He thought for a moment. Going into town, he could get help, but she would be with him. The garden, what would they even do? “I guess we could just stay here, the two of us.” He answered. Yes, staying here would give him time to think of a way out. Leslie leaned in and touched his chin, he could see her brown eyes sparkle. “Okay, we’ll just stay here, I have to get the bedroom down here ready anyways.” She smiled and walked away. Jake sat there looking around the room. He began to think of a way out. 

Jessica opened her eyes. She saw a white ceiling above her. She picked her head up and immediately fell back down. Her head hurt. She tried to get up again, this time sitting up. She could feel a pain radiating from her side. She moved the covers and saw the badges. She looked around the pink room and blinked in the bright sunlight. She moved the covers and stepped onto the floor. As she did so, a woman came into the room. Jessica stared at the woman. She was about her size and age, had dark black hair, and stunning hazel eyes. She looked at the woman, who came to her side and helped her get to a chair. Jessica noticed that she had a weird look in her eyes, as if she were distraught or angry. “Where am I?” Jessica asked. The woman didn’t answer.  Jessica held her arm and stared at her. “Where am I?” The woman seemed to get angrier and slapped her hand away. “Don’t touch me.” Jessica was held in place as the woman taped her to the chair. Jessica tried to scream, but the woman taped her mouth shut. “He loves me, not you. I can’t let you distract him anymore.”  Jessica stared at her with confusion and the woman left.

Leslie came back into the kitchen. “Jake, what would you like to do?” she sits on his lap. Jake blushes and looks away. Leslie took his chin in her hand and stared into his eyes. “Are you thinking about her?” she asked, looking desperate. “N-no, I was just...it’s nothing.” Leslie smiled a little. She leaned in and kissed him. At first Jake seemed to retract, but after a moment, he gave in. 

That night, as Leslie slept, Jake got out of bed, his legs seeming to have healed faster than the average human. He stared at Leslie and smiled. He walked up the stairs and into the pink room. Jessica slept in the chair. Jake shook her awake and she awoke trying to say something to him. “Don’t worry, it’ll be over soon.” he whispered. He untied her and took the tape off her mouth. “Jake.” She hugged him tightly. He seemed uncomfortable for a moment. She let go and he took her hand. “We’re going to get out of here, I found a way.” He led her to the basement. It was lit only by candles. There was a large hourglass drawing on the floor. “What is this place?” Jessica asked. Jake smiled, “This is where she prays to her god, Malum.” Jessica stared up at him. “How do you know so much about her?” Jake smiled widely. “Because I am her.” Jake grabbed Jessica and threw her to the ground. He laughed with a psychotic laugh. Leslie came out of the shadows. She picked Jessica up. “You will join my army.” Jessica stared up at Leslie. “What are you?” She asked. “I. I am a collective mind.” Leslie answered. “I take bodies from those around me and give their souls to Malum.” Jake explained. Leslie smiled and brought Jessica close to her. She brushed Jessica’s hair out of her face. You will be the perfect host. 

A hot, burning pain erupts in Leslie’s side. Both her and Jake scream in pain. Leslie backs up and looks at her side. Her flesh is severely burned, she looks up to Jessica. Jessica’s hand burned, but she didn’t seem phased by it. “What did you do?!” Leslie cried in a voice deeper than her own. Jessica laughed. “I burned you.” Leslie looked in disbelief. “But how?!” Jessica shrugged, “I guess I have powers as well.” Leslie fell to her knees and Jessica ran. She ran to the door and ran to the highway. She flagged down a car and got in. “Please get me out of here.” The man nodded and they left the house. Jessica was sure that she would never see Jake again.

Jake stitched Leslie up. The symbol on the floor started to glow. A purple smoke rose and a girl with bright pink hair with blue eyes walked through. The smoke cleared and the girl walked up to Leslie. “Where are the souls you promised?” Leslie pulled a small decorative box from her bag. She handed it to the girl. The girl took it and opened the box. A bright light rose. “I thought you said there were two souls, where is the second one?” Leslie looked down. “She escaped. She had powers and burned me.” The girl slapped Leslie, her eyes pitch black with red irises. “You fool, if she knows who you are then you are doomed.” She opened her mouth and sucked the ball of light into her mouth. A scream emitted from the ball as it was sucked into her mouth. “I want you to find her and bring her to me. She could be useful.” The girl walked back to the symbol and the purple smoke rose again, clouding their vision for a moment, when the smoke cleared, the girl was gone.


 

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