You are all in danger Part 1 ReUpload

My name is Daniel. I'm 28 years old and I need you to listen. What I'm about to tell you is going to sound unbelievable. I don't want to believe it either but I can't ignore the evidence. I don't know how much time I have before it's too late so please, trust me and read this with an open mind. You are all in incredible danger.

Right after I graduated high school I joined the military. I enlisted with the Air Force and got a job called Aircrew Life Support. Sounds medical but it isn't. Fancy way of saying I pack parachutes. A few years of this and I wanted to boost my chances of making rank so I started to volunteer around base. Honor Guard, Part time Security Forces ( base cop ), Transportation bay etc. One Thursday just as I left at the end of my duty day a Captain approached me. I saluted him and he saluted back. We started talking about the volunteer work as well as my operational job. He said he was proud of me and asked me how badly I wanted to make rank. After telling him that I was determined to make it he asked me to meet him for a volunteering opportunity that Saturday morning. Said to meet him at 0400 outside of the back gate.

I figured he needed help moving or something stupid but agreed. Fast forward to Saturday. I meet the Captain off base out the back gate and get in his truck. We rode in silence for about ten minutes before he finally spoke. He asked me how long I had been in the service, if I had any family, where was I from blah blah. I told him I had been in 2 years, no family at all ( parents and little brother died when I was 14 in a car wreck. Foster homes until I graduated. ) and that I was from Tennessee. He didn't ask any other questions. After an hour or so I asked what this volunteer opportunity was. He told me it was nothing big but I'd see when we got there. I asked where we were headed and he shot me a look that gave me a weird feeling. Like I did something wrong.

He just responded by telling me id see when we got there. We eventually turned down a dirt road and I started to get nervous. I was worried this guy was crazy and may hurt me. I kept my worry to myself and rode along in silence.

After all kinds of turns and side roads we came up to what I can only describe as a bunker. It looked like a tornado shelter and was painted to match the surrounding woods. There were other people there. Other Officers with Enlisted guys like me. We parked and I got out. I walked over to another guy who was my rank (e-4) and asked if he knew what was going on. He said he didnt. I found out he was from a base almost 2000 miles away and had driven in for this with a Captain from his base. All of the enlisted guys like me had no idea what was happening. Finally, one of the Captains spoke. He told us there was nothing to worry about and that we would be taking place in a study. He explained that the bunker was an Air Force research and development black site and that this was all normal. He opened the huge doors to the underground bunker and beckoned us inside.

I was 7th in line walking down the steps. The steps seemed to go downward forever. Finally at the bottom we came out into a large receiving room with several hallways shooting out from it going in every direction. There were rooms down these hallways with big windows looking in to them. Civilian scientist looking dudes were in almost all of them. I figured I had been taken to some secret medical research lab and loosened up a bit. After all, I didn't think I was in any danger at all.

The Captain who spoke above ground spoke again. He told us that we were to follow the Officer who brought us and that everything would be explained to us. He smiled and told us not to worry and that we would be rewarded for the participation. I found my Captain and we started down the hallway directly to the right of the stair case. I peeked into every room we passed by. I had no idea what was going on in any of them but it looked important. After about ten minutes of walking we made it too an empty room. The Captain told me to wait here and someone would be in shortly. He left. I spent about twenty minutes waiting and looking around the room before one of the scientist looking men came in. He asked how much I weighed, how tall I was, blood type and age. I gave him his answers and he wrote it all down. After that he out down his clipboard and took his glasses off to clean them.

He seemed nice. He smiled at me and asked if I was curious about why I was there. I told him I was. He put his glasses back on his face and told me that I was lucky. He said I was going to get to be a part of military history and that I was volunteering to be part of a groundbreaking medical study. He said that I would be given a small sedative and then asked a series of questions to see how the mind works under the effects of the sedative. It all sounded fine at the time to me but looking back I don't know how I could have been so stupid. I told him it sounded kinda fun and he clapped his hands and smiled and told me that was wonderful news. He asked me to take my shirt off and lie back on the exam table. I complied and he rolled over towards me. He said the shot he was going to administer would make me feel a little drowsy at first. He stuck the needle into my arm and I immediately felt the drowsiness. Next thing I know, I'm completely asleep.

I have no idea how long I was out for. When I came to there was no one around me. I wasn't sure if I was supposed to get up or not so I just laid there. After about an hour though I really really had to take a piss so I got up and stuck my head out the doorway. The hallways looked empty and the rooms were completely open. I decided to go look for a bathroom. I didn't pass one on the walk down the hallway from the receiving room so I walked the other way. The place was so empty it gave me the creeps. I finally found a bathroom and after taking a piss I started back down to the room. About halfway there a sudden and extreme headache hit me for about a seconds. It hit so suddenly that I dropped to my knees. As soon as I fell it was over. I made it back to my room without seeing anyone at all.

I walked around the room for a bit and looked in some drawers out of boredom. After a while I got anxious and set out to find someone. The drug I had been given had completely worn off and I thought someone should know. I made it back to the receiving room and still saw no one. I looked down a few other hallways but they were just as empty. At this point I was feeling more than just a little nervous. I didn't know where everyone had gone and I started to freak out a bit. I decided to raise my voice and shout "Hello" to get someone's attention. There was no answer. By now I'm completely scared. I decide to head back up the stairs and outside to see if anyone was there.

I made it to the top of the stairs and tried to open the doors. They were locked from the inside. This made me feel a little better. If the doors were locked from the inside then someone had to be there with me. I turned to walk back down the stairs when the second headache hit. This one wasn't over so quickly. It took my breath away. I lost my footing on the stairs and stumbled before collapsing. My eyes hurt and it felt like my skull was ripping apart. I screamed out in pain and heard myself echo through the empty hallways below. This was the worst pain I ever felt.

About a minute passed and suddenly it stops. I say there on the stairs and tried to catch my breath. I thought that whatever that guy had given me must be causing the headaches. After I caught my breath I opened my eyes back up. It took a minute for them to focus but when they did, what I saw took my breath again. I saw..people I guess. Completely see through other than their outline. There were dozens of them. All looking up at me on the staircase.

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