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      I was a young child, aged around 8 at this time, and my parents decided to take me on my first cruise. The cruise was set to land at the Bahamas and I was thrilled; there was a kid’s corner with volleyball, videogames, television…it was a kids dream! My parents went off to do adult things (drink, play games, etc.) and I was left to the kids corner. Now, in the beginning, this was quite fun. I got to chat with other kids, I got to play games all day, and I got to be a spastic kid. However, I eventually started feeling bored and restless. I couldn’t bear to play Mario-Kart one more time (I always lost), the other kids had siblings, and finally I didn’t want to just sit around. I decided that I was going to leave kids corner and explore. I managed to sneak under the nose of the supervisors, and I ran out on to the boat (This was at night). I went under tables, I deftly sneaked through people, and I managed to find many cool areas to explore. In my journey, I came across an empty room. Naturally, being the hyperactive and overtly-curious child that I was, I stepped straight into the room. The light was flickering and the room had the faint scent of lilacs and a strange metallic smell. I felt a breeze and I was confused; the bubble ship windows were not open and there was no fan. The light started flickering more often and I began to get nervous. However, when I tried to get up I found I couldn’t move. It felt like I had a hot and heavy weight on me. I was crying at this point and getting very frantic. I felt the breeze again and managed to tilt my head enough to where I could see something out of the corner of my eye (in the room). The thing came closer and closer. The metallic smell and the lilac smell become overwhelming at this point. At this point I was screaming. The last thing I remember is a faint-laugh and a woman’s voice saying “Oh, let him go. We don’t need one so small.” After that, it was darkness.

      When I woke up, I was in my original room. I was in bed, and I had a bandaid on my head alongside with a half-concerned, half-furious mother and father by my side. When my mother and father were done yelling at me, they told me that the staff had found me knocked out by a wall. Apparently, I had run into it. The Kids Corner, after being furiously yelled at by my parents, had informed the staff immediately to look for me when they had figured out I had left.

      I never did find out who the lady with the metallic and lilac scent was. However, the most chilling part of it all was the last part of her aforementioned and only words “We don’t need one so small.” So what did she need and, more disturbingly, who was the second part of we?

    • mistersir

      I was a young child, aged around 8 at this time, and my parents decided to take me on my first cruise. The cruise was set to land at the Bahamas and I was thrilled; there was a kid’s corner with volleyball, videogames, television…it was a kids dream! My parents went off to do adult things (drink, play games, etc.) and I was left to the kids corner. Now, in the beginning, this was quite fun. I got to chat with other kids, I got to play games all day, and I got to be a spastic kid. However, I eventually started feeling bored and restless. I couldn’t bear to play Mario-Kart one more time (I always lost), the other kids had siblings, and finally I didn’t want to just sit around. I decided that I was going to leave kids corner and explore. I managed to sneak under the nose of the supervisors, and I ran out on to the boat (This was at night). I went under tables, I deftly sneaked through people, and I managed to find many cool areas to explore. In my journey, I came across an empty room. Naturally, being the hyperactive and overtly-curious child that I was, I stepped straight into the room. The light was flickering and the room had the faint scent of lilacs and a strange metallic smell. I felt a breeze and I was confused; the bubble ship windows were not open and there was no fan. The light started flickering more often and I began to get nervous. However, when I tried to get up I found I couldn’t move. It felt like I had a hot and heavy weight on me. I was crying at this point and getting very frantic. I felt the breeze again and managed to tilt my head enough to where I could see something out of the corner of my eye (in the room). The thing came closer and closer. The metallic smell and the lilac smell become overwhelming at this point. At this point I was screaming. The last thing I remember is a faint-laugh and a woman’s voice saying “Oh, let him go. We don’t need one so small.” After that, it was darkness. When I woke up, I was in my original room. I was in bed, and I had a bandaid on my head alongside with a half-concerned, half-furious mother and father by my side. When my mother and father were done yelling at me, they told me that the staff had found me knocked out by a wall. Apparently, I had run into it. The Kids Corner, after being furiously yelled at by my parents, had informed the staff immediately to look for me when they had figured out I had left.  I never did find out who the lady with the metallic and lilac scent was. However, the most chilling part of it all was the last part of her aforementioned and only words “We don’t need one so small.” So what did she need and, more disturbingly, who was the second part of we?

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