“Lydia, what are we going to do now,” I yelled.
She had suggested sneaking in the building, of course that didn’t work.
Sara was in there and it was all my fault. It should be me in there, not her. She should be at home eating turkey (well a substitute for turkey). Of all days, she gets taken on Thanksgiving. (How ironic).
Why couldn’t I have just kept on being a jerk to her? We wouldn’t be in this mess, if I hadn’t taken her on that date and told her the truth.
“Look, we will just have to find another way in,” Lydia suggested.
“Yeah, well no crap,” I needed to get Sara back, NOW!
“Maybe if I tell them my parent’s name, then they’ll let me in and then I will let you in.”
“If they know about Sara, then the know your apart of it too. There has to be another way.”
I thought about for a moment, then it hit me.
“I’ll walk in and let them take me.”
“NO!” Lydia screamed.
“I have to, I’ll be in there and somehow I will get away from them and I will find Sara.” I was desperate
“Well, what am I supposed to do then?” Lydia asked.
“Maybe try to distract them for a bit, I don’t know, get creative.”
“Fine,” she mumbled.
I walked to the door. Went to the front desk, told them my name. I was then escorted by a security guard.
That was too easy.
I was put in a conference room. It wasn’t really what I was expecting. Then the door opened and surprisingly Perry walked in.
Here we go.
“Well Robert, how are your visions lately?” he asked.
I said nothing.
“Okay, you want to play that game. Well this may get you talking. Your little girlfriend is in our laboratory right now, being experimented on.”
“She has nothing to do with anything. It’s me you want! NOT HER!” I shouted.
“You’re right it is you we want, but now we have you. Besides she was too perfect a specimen to pass up. Plus we knew if we got her, then you would come running.”
He was really making me mad.
“What are you doing to her?” I felt like I was going to throw up, cry or punch him in the face. Maybe I should do all 3.
“Oh don’t you worry about that, but I will tell you that her mind is so perfect for molding into what we want.”
No, tears started to roll down my face. I can’t believe what I had done.
“Oh, did we hit a nerve. Well I will leave you for a while. Just sit tight,” Perry said.
He walked off and locked the door behind him.
I had to get out of here.