“The ghosts, dear,” she said. “Everyone knows the house on the corner of Walsh and Bishop—your house—is haunted.”
Rhett sat awkwardly in the passenger seat of Link’s car as the man drove in silence. The whole day Link had been acting odd and quiet, every time Rhett had tried to start a conversation Link would curtly answer and end the conversation quickly. Rhett wasn’t sure what was wrong with the man, but he hoped tomorrow's episode wasn’t ruined by the man’s foul mood. As they came closer to his house Rhett decided to say something.
"Alright chickens, quick, get dressed now! You've got five minutes." Fox said with quiet authority. "Then you're going out that window there. On your left will be a rope ladder. Climb it and wait for me on the roof. I will NOT leave until the last one of you is through and climbing. You got that chickens? I'm breaking you out of here! Now move."
"..... You heard the scream too, didn't you?" He was pretty sure he wasn't hallucinations, but he needed confirmation anyway. People don't just vanish into thin air. Nothing seemed out place, however, there was a sense of uneasiness around