I heard that I’m super fierce - Chapter 92
Translator: Jasper Kadowaki | Editor: NovelMultiverse
There was a long silence.
The corpse that fell to the ground showed no signs of getting up, let alone looking at who it wanted to attack, but Lin You had a bad guess.
Was it true?
“You can see it.”
She opened her arms to prove her innocence, “I haven’t done anything yet.”
Kayako was already wronged enough at that time, but she couldn’t stand it again—she obviously didn’t even touch a card.
The skull said “ah” blankly.
“Didn’t you scare him to death?” it asked.
Lin You: “……??????”
Wait, what do you take her for? The devil?
“I will give you a chance to reorganize the language.”
As she said, she rolled up her sleeves without a smile, “Otherwise, believe it or not, I will beat you while still alive—”
“I’ll prove it, I can prove this!” The skull immediately changed his tone desperately, “He fell on his own, it has nothing to do with the little girl!”
This was almost the same.
In the horrified eyes of the skull, Lin You snorted and slowly retracted her hand. She lowered her head again, looking at this inexplicable mummy that fell on the ground.
“I haven’t seen a reaction for a while,” she simply squatted down and shook her hand directly on top of the guy’s head. “It can’t have actually happened.”
He can’t be a living person no matter how he looks at it, but if he had become a corpse or a ghost…can a ghost die again? Can you still go cold after tripping?
Lin You turned her head and looked.
The surroundings of this amusement park were quite desolate, and the weeds inside and outside the gates were knee-high. She took a few steps in the grass and picked up a branch that was left here.
The branch was almost broken, and Lin You didn’t know what she could do with it. She twisted one end and stabbed the back of the mummy with the other end.
It didn’t move.
Lin You increased her strength and stabbed again.
Still, nothing happened.
Taking a breath, Lin You gave up her plan to wake him up. She threw the tree branch casually, and simply grabbed the shoulder of the mummy through the oversized clothes.
“What are you doing?” The skull asked alertly.
“Isn’t it obvious?” With these two sentences, she had easily turned the mummy over—it had lost most of the water in the body, and it was terribly light right now, “I’m looking if there are any clues on him.”
In less than ten minutes, she rummaged through every pocket of the mummy, and Lin You really found some treasure.
She was holding a small key stained with black blood on the end, which she put in the inner pocket of her jacket, but it was a pity that where it opened was not written on it.
After putting away the key, Lin You unfolded another thing that she took out.
Unlike the hidden key, it has been held tightly by the corpse. After opening this piece of paper and looking at the label on it, Lin You realized that it was a map of this amusement park.
The paper was a little fuzzy with bloodstains, but the rough terrain was distinguishable.
“I’m even more curious about what’s in it now,” Lin You thought all this was so incredible, “Because he ran out with the map and the key like this.”
After repeated inspections, she finally confirmed that the mummy had really completely lost the ability to move—it still hadn’t moved again.
There was a gust of wind. It wasn’t Lin You’s illusion. She really felt that the red sign swayed, but after thinking about it, she still walked over there.
At this moment, a red balloon swayed past her.
Suddenly, Lin You suddenly felt something strange but saw nothing. She rolled her eyes suspiciously and had to look back at what was in her hand.
According to this tour map, if you wanted to go to the depths of the amusement park, you had to pass through the huge…
She silently looked at the scene in front of her.
She couldn’t see the original appearance of this place anymore, and it was even more desolate than the gate. Even the parked cars were covered by thick vegetation, and they looked like green sculptures carefully trimmed by someone.
“How long since they used this place?”
The swaying skull couldn’t help but murmur, “Can’t someone come in and shovel this place?”
“Most horror movies prove that,” Lin You said absently while studying the map, “It won’t be of any use if it is dismantled. The people who refuse to move will still stay there.”
The skull clucked his tongue.
Sometimes it’s true.
They went all the way through the parking lot, but there were no moths on the way.
When Lin You stood in front of the main entrance, it was getting late. The red sun sank inch by inch, and the fine black shadows reflected by the branches and leaves of the plants swayed on the wall, making the deserted amusement park more gloomy and chilling.
Lin You knew what she should do next.
—Before the sky was completely dark, she would find a safe place to stay, otherwise it was not a good idea to go around without a flashlight.[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]
She chose the location marked by the map, and finally decided to go to the nearest restaurant.
“Well,” when they passed a trolley on the side of the road, the skull stared at a pool of scorched black under the glass case, and said in a weird tone, “I really want to know what was originally inside.”
Lin You glanced at it.
“Popcorn,” she replied, “It’s just that it’s all rotten after so long.”
There were cars in the parking lot, the popcorn in the trolley had not yet been cleaned up…Maybe the accident was sudden. The tourists who were playing in the park were caught off guard and didn’t even run away.
Lin You shook her head.
The small restaurant was just in front. When she stepped forward, she twisted the doorknob and felt ash on her hand.
Fortunately, except for the weeds everywhere in this garden, it looked run down. The restaurant was not big, and it was quite safe. Unfortunately, there was no fresh air.
Before it was completely dark, Lin You searched the store up and down with the only light left. She didn’t see how the protagonist of the horror game wouldn’t be equipped with a nuclear torch as standard. She only found half a box of matches and a pitiful candle head on the counter.
“All right,” Lin You deeply felt the official maliciousness when looking at them, “It seems that we’ll have to save these.”
She turned her gaze to another place.
“I just feel that something’s wrong.”
She was just busy looking for lighting and ignored it. Lin You only walked to the square table now, “Why are there clothes here?”
A coat, jeans, and leather boots were all alone here. It was like a person was resting on the table, and his body disappeared at his stomach, and only the clothes remained in place.
Lin You caught a glimpse of something leaning on the chair next to the leather boots and stretched out her hand to lift it up.
—There were still guys who can come in handy.
She slapped the baseball bat and saw evidence that it had been hit on the top. There was no need to hold it now, so Lin You only leaned the baseball bat on the counter. When she lowered her head again, she seemed to find another piece of paper.
Lin You squeezed the sharp corners in the pockets of her coat, trying to keep it from being damaged, pulling out the newspaper clippings little by little.
It was dark, so she had to use a match and light the candle with this poor flame, planning to blow it out after reading the news on it.
“What does it say?”
The skull waited eagerly. Lin You held the candle too high and it was too dark. From this angle, he couldn’t see anything, so he could only listen to Lin You’s narration.
“The name of the amusement park is blotted out,” Lin You raised her eyebrows. “It says that this theme park has been experiencing intermittent violent incidents causing casualties for two decades.”
It repeated incredulously.
“Then they had the grounds open for twenty years?!”
Lin You said “yes.”
“The last accident—it was also the real reason why the garden was abandoned here,” she continued to read the cut-off newspaper. “It was called ‘Bloody Sunday’, which killed 231 people in the park at that time. Only seven people survived, but they were all severely disabled.”
Two hundred thirty one…
“Did it say what happened?” The skull asked curiously.
“It just mentioned it briefly, saying that the police are dealing with it.” Lin You said, “I feel like it’s avoiding the importance of the situation, and the things listed below are all the previous things.”
She sat down across the table.
“The amusement park was abandoned after ‘Bloody Sunday.'”
Lin You held up the candlestick, and the swaying candlelight reflected in her eyes, “The owner of this suit brought newspaper clippings. It is very likely that he came here after it was abandoned…”
Then somehow disappeared.
The baseball bat may have been used to defend himself before disappearing.
“And that corpse, maybe…if I guessed right…”
She stopped abruptly to think, and when the skull raised its head in a puzzled manner, it saw her put an index finger in front of her lips.
Then it heard it too.
There was a messy flute sound from there, and it sounded like someone who couldn’t play the flute blew it randomly.
Lin You felt a gaze on her back and she didn’t know who was staring at her. She followed the surrounding gaze and slowly turned her head back.
On the window less than a meter away, there was a clown’s face.
The fluffy and messy hair was dyed colorfully, and the skin was white with oil paint. With both hands pressed on the glass, the red round nose was almost flattened.
His face was squashed on the glass, and only his eyes were still moving. A pair of malicious eyes turned from left to right, and its blood-stained lips opened wider and wider, and they were about to reach the base of its ears.
Even through the window, she seemed to be able to hear his laughter.
He was waiting for the people in the restaurant to scream, but the other person quietly put the candlestick back on the table.
Lin You grabbed the baseball bat leaning against the counter.
Without blinking, she waved straight to the window.
The park had been abandoned for a long time, and the glass had long become fragile. When the bat went down, the fragments flew up, and Lin You’s movements did not stop at all.
The baseball bat drew fiercely into the clown’s face.[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]