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My name is Sarcoex Bloodrun I am diagnosed with schizophrenia and suffers in periods with high anxiety.

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My name is Sarcoex Bloodrun I am diagnosed with schizophrenia and suffers in periods with high anxiety. When I am stressed I can see and hear things which aren't normally there, it all seems real to me, but others around hasn't seen the horrors I have seen. I just want these “monsters” to go away. My therapist have suggested I take some time for myself, take walks in the mountains or just go on vacation. I have decided to visit my fathers old work place, it is an abandoned research center in the mountains, I can't remember to name if the mountains, but I have visited the place many times. I know how to get there. My father disappeared when working on a project, and the research center was closed some time after the incident. I have tried to talk to his supervisors, but they can't say anything because the information is “classified”. The research center has since been made a public park. I have visited it a few times, but has always been crowded with tourists, I don't like crowds. Some say it's cursed, some say it's haunted. Some say they have even seen ghosts there. It doesn't make sense, they may suffer from hallucinations as I, that's the only way to see it. But can so many be wrong? May it be that some “ hallucinations” are actually real? The monsters I have seen, are they real or just hallucinations? But why haven't I seen the ghosts when so many have? And why haven't anyone seen the “monsters” I have seen? Maybe some entities can choose to show themselves to some, and be hidden from others?

I have decided to camp in the park for a few days, there is a building there I can sleep in, so I don't have to bring a tent. Let's hope I can relax enough for the “monsters” to hide themselves.

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