Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Japanese Cryptic: Monitor's screen


Translated from Japanese by Shishou(師匠)

 

Cryptic Story


It happened a few years ago. I was heading back to my house from school, together with my friend. In the midway of our conversation, my friend asked for an advice.

"Something weird is happening with my PC monitor lately. Its screen reflects me, but that reflection carries a very big and eerie smile. Moreover, the reflection waves its hands at me. What should I do?"
He asked.

"Is he joking?", I thought. But his face was dead serious when he asked that question. So, I replied, "Shouldn't you wave at him back?"
That was the only suitable advice I could give.


3 days later, he died.

According to what my dead friend told me: When he waved back at the reflection, the reflection stopped waving at him and started laughing. After that, the reflection started making some grabbing action with its hands. And then, my friend started having difficulty in breathing and died because of suffocation.
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7 comments:

  1. Whoa the narrator is either watched his friend died or he could communicate with the dead.

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    1. That's the scary part about it. He talked to his friend after the death. It was quite an easy cryptic story, btw.

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  2. Does anybody else question what exactly that thing was in the friend's computer monitor?

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    1. What remains unknown is often the scariest to think about.

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    2. This reminds me of a quote by Lovecraft: The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown.

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