AN: New story based on a famous meme, mythological creature, and game on the internet SLENDER! I have played this game once, and will never do it again, but word about it has been running through the hallways of my school, so I thought, why not make a little 9 chapter story (including prologue) of the 8 pages of slender.


Prologue: Page 0

I was driving late in the afternoon; approximately, five o'clock. The weather was spectacular, and I couldn't have wished for better day. I was driving in my orange Volvo estate that looked as if it was from the 70's. I glanced at the gas meter. The gas was running low. I was heading to a city that was 30 miles from my current destination. However, there were no towns nearby; for I needed gas and a bathroom break.

I looked left, right and into the horizon, but I couldn't find an information sign on the highway. Not for a town, a restaurant or a hotel. I looked at the gas meter again. It was slightly above the empty line. I feared that I wouldn't have enough gas to make it to my destination. Let me rephrase that, I didn't have enough gas to get to my destination.

What was I going to do? When I run out, should I leave my car, and walk? Should I call for help? Unfortunately, I left my cellphone at home. I slammed my fists onto the side of the steering wheel.

Finally, the Volvo slowed down considerably. I was out of gas. I pulled over into the emergency lane, and took the key out of the ignition. I placed my head on top of the steering wheel. "What am I going to do?" I thought to myself. "How am I going to get out of this?"

A chill ran down my spine. I glanced over my right shoulder and saw a vast amount of trees. It looked like a forest amongst this flat plain. I saw a short, brown building in the middle of the dense forest. There were trees surrounding the area for at least a few miles. A metal fence ran down the perimeter of the trees. There was also a steel gate. It was the entrance, and it was open. There were a couple of cars outside of the farm. Someone has to be living there.

"I'll knock and see if they have any gasoline." I whispered, before stepping out of the car. As I left, I placed a sweater over my shoulder, and grabbed a flashlight from the back seat. I slammed the door, and manually locked the car.

It was 6:30 pm when I left the car.

Once I approached the open gate, I scanned the area surrounding me. The sun was setting with a bright set of yellow, orange and red. I looked at my orange Volvo on the side of the road, and then turned my gaze back into the open gate. There was some sort of darkness in there. It felt as if there were ghosts. I could hear voices in my head; at least twelve of them. I ignored them, and continued inside the forest, hoping to find some sort of fuel for my car.

Chapter one: Page 1 coming soon…