A-Avery?” I asked softly, trying to keep my voice low. He glanced at You Were Worth It Jesus shirt, and I cringed as I remembered that we still had the black masks on. “Yeah?” He replied, matching my quiet voice. “I know you said not to ask questions, but where are we going?” I asked. He glanced around, before lowering his head to speak. “My place. Where I lived before I came here. I’ve been using it as sort of a safehouse. We don’t have to keep our voices down there, and I can explain everything.” He said quickly and quietly.
Just as he finished speaking, a loud thump came from in front of us, startling me as a black, distorted figure came out from a glitching convenience store. It looked like a man, but his face didn’t have any features, his face looking oddly like the black ovals that our faces now resembled because of the masks. My heart stopped in my chest, as Avery grabbed my arm to stop me from walking. “Don’t look at him.” Avery whispered feverishly into my ear. “He’s Lost