Then you hear it. The faint sound of water. You walk a bit faster. The water is getting closer. You don't dare turn around. You pick up the pace even more. You're now almost running.
Why did i have to park so far away, you wisper to yourself, cursing. The hairs on the back of you neck begin to tingle.
The sound of water is roaring. Is it a flood? You begin to run. It sounds almost like a damn has broke behind you. Your back is damp, but is if from the sweat or from your imagination? Huffing and puffing, you sprint as fast as your legs can carry you. Breathing hard, panting. The sound of the water is UNBEARABLE.
you're getting tired. All of your muscles are acing, your heart feels like it's going to explode. It's on you now. Why me, OH! WHY?!?!
Feeling your imminent demise, you stop. And turn around.
The last thing your earthly eyes see is a massive.....nay, a HUGE ship, 20 stories high, bearing down on you, right at the corner of 27th and Spruce.
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