Did you ever hear something shift in the middle of the night and stayed still out of fear, not wanting to be killed? Of course you have. But maybe everything is not as it seems? You are saddened with your life, depressed at what has happened, but yet you fear the things that go bump in the night. How can someone with no fear of death fear these creatures? Are they that bad? Well, you see, it's all hotwired into your brain. The fear of the unknown takes over your body.
Since you do not want to die, your body protects itself with instincts. Well, maybe we were taught wrong about these things. Have you ever seen one of these creatures kill someone?
"But I have heard plenty of stories," you say. But in those stories, you never hear what happens to the character after his disappearance, do you?
Ask yourself now, what do you think happens to them after the disappearance? Do they die? Or maybe they are taken somewhere else? Now ask yourself - how can these creatures make your life better if you keep hiding from them?
Written by ShawnCognitionCP