It was a gloomy, dark night in Ocklahoma. It seemed there was a calm atmosphere in that little house, too calm to be real.
The rain was gently tapping on the old windowpanes. The wind was blowing through the cracks and it was bringing with it a terrifying smell.
There was a creepy silence in the dining room and it was the same in the kitchen.
The only noisy it was possible to hear was the creaking of the wooden stairs to the basement.
You had to open a little, creaking, red door to enter the basement.
Its surface was rough and there were lots of wooden boards on it that probably someone had used like bars to bolt it.
They were nailed to each other, and the nails were rusted like the handle of the door.
It was difficult to go inside because a library was blocking the entrance.
Indeed lots of books were on the floor and lots of loose sheets.
In the centre of the room there was just a chair on which a black man was tied with ropes.
The problem was just one: he was dead!
It was impossible to recognize him because his face had been disfigured by an acid-like substance.
His breast was covered with blood and his bald head had a long scar.
And now: what will happen?
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- It is possible to hear footsteps coming from the kitchen. Who will it be? (44%)44
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