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Post time 2018-10-25 02:07:04 From the mobile phone | Show the author posts only Reply Awards |Descending |Read mode
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"Oletus Manor's Specialty"

A couple was driving to a resort in the middle of the night. They were driving since the afternoon and they couldn’t find the hotel they booked. They drove and drove until they saw a ragged sign by the thick bushes.

Oletus Manor. That was clearly the hotel they booked.

There were a lot of parked cars in the vicinity. Must be a busy season, they thought. They parked their car and carried their luggage inside. They pushed the door but they were greeted by silence. The manor was clean, but there were no signs of people, until they heard a creak upstairs.

“Hello?” They called.

They were greeted by a tall man wearing a top hat. The tall man walked down the stairs and smiled at them. “I’m sorry for the long wait. I just accommodated a guest to their room. My name is Jack and I am the current owner of this manor.”

The tall man took their luggage and escorted them to their room. He invited them for dinner, to which the couple agreed. They went to the dining area and there, they ate some stew prepared by Jack.

“This stew is delicious! I must thank the chef,” the husband exclaimed.

“I am the chef. Why, thank you,” Jack smirked.

“But is there any way for us to know the recipe behind this delicious meal?” The wife asked.

Jack chuckled. “I apologize, but I am not allowed to disclose as it is a family secret.”

The couple just smiled and continued eating their stew when the wife suddenly looked at her husband in shock to find a human finger in the stew.

Jack smirked and held the pair of scissors in his breast pocket.

The couple wasn’t heard of after that. It was as if they were ceased to exist.
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Post time 2018-10-25 11:20:59 | Show the author posts only
Yummy! Makes me want Beef Stew and a side of Chicken Fingers.
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 Author| Post time 2018-10-25 13:00:20 From the mobile phone | Show the author posts only
ZeleronX replied at 2018-10-25 11:20
Yummy! Makes me want Beef Stew and a side of Chicken Fingers.

Hahaha why not? :)
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