Chapter Thirteen-Luna

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I remember running into the dark figure. Falling down on my butt and then looking up to see who I hit. Then I felt a hand reach out and grab my neck, lifting me up about three feet from the ground.

“You thought you were going to get away didn’t you?” The figure stepped out of the shadows revealing a long nosed, sneering guy scientist. “You won’t get away that easily.” he laughed, obviously not caring that I felt like I was choking. I don’t know why he would think I’m choking. I’m just coughing and clawing at his hand that’s wrapped around my neck.

He pulled me to his chest, putting me in a choke hold and started carrying me through the hallway like that. I struggled and yelled, but nothing worked. There has to be something I can do, I can’t be taken prisoner like this!

He brought me to a different room and what do you know? This room was white too. Just like all the whole stupid building. There were two platforms that were propped up. There were three straps attached to them. Then there were two helmets above each platform with wires connecting to this giant machine with various colored buttons and switches that made me dizzy just looking at it.

“Now you’re going to be a good girl while we do this.”

“What are you doing?! I thought you were going to kill me!” I yelled.

“Oh we are, but after were done with this procedure. Good thing you found the antidote in the hall closet or you would probably be dead right now.” he chuckled and brought me over to one of the platforms. He pinned me down against the cold metal surface while he brought the three straps over my knees, waist and chest. Then he brought the helmet down on my head and put the chin strap on me. The straps were too tight for me to move in and I couldn’t wiggle off the helmet.

“Don’t even try because it’s useless.” The scientist walked towards the door just as it opened.

“She ready to go?” a young female voice asked.

“Yes, you know what to do?” he asked.

“Of course I do, you idiot. I’m not dumb like most of the people in this place.”

The man left as the smaller figure came into focus. It was a small girl with white hair about to the middle of her back, but it was up in a ponytail. She was wearing a hospital gown like mine and it was also blood splattered. Her eyes were white and she was very young. About the same age as me. When I focused on her face I realized that she was me. She was exactly like me.

“It’s nice to meet my less better version. Greetings Luna.” she spoke. I struggled against the chin strap to be able to look her in the eye, but it didn’t work.

“Who are you? What are you doing here?” I asked. She just shook her head and walked towards the very colorful and confusing machine. She started pressing various buttons and flipping different switches.

“Same questions your brother asked.” she said, keeping her eyes on the machine. I tried my best to glare at her, but again it didn’t work. Stupid chin strap!

“You saw David?! You better not of hurt him!” I yelled. She laughed slightly.

“You two are so amusing. So caring for each other it’s almost unbelievable.”

“Of course I care about him. He’s the only family I have. If you’re me then you should understand.” I told her.

“You are so clueless it’s not even funny. If you only knew all that I did.” She walked over to the platform and leaned against the metal surface.

“Will one of you idiots get in here and strap me in!” she yelled. Immediately the door opened and entered the scientist that strapped me in. He strapped her in along with putting on the helmet.

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