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It was a small circular mysterious mirror When Eric picked it up he saw his crystal clear reflection enhanced by the smooth silver glass He looked up out of the old boxes he was rummaging through to find the rest of his dimly lit garage He could hear kids playing outside and he rubbed his hands together trying to remove the sting of the bitter cold He picked up the mirror and took it into his mansion of a house in a quiet peaceful suburb It was a Midwestern winter and the days were short bringing cold nights whistled with the sounds of speeding cars flying down the highway Eric heard the piercing call from his mother Eric were going to McDonalds What do you want us to bring you back Eric thought about it a moment and responded in his low heavy voice Im not hungry right now Go ahead You really should eat she yelled back He didnt respond Instead he went into his room mirror in hand Eric had long been obsessed with the paranormal reading books of ghosts demons and angels It was in these books that he learned of foretelling the future through the use of mirror glass He remembered about the cool antique mirror and figured he would give the ancient art a shot He opened up the book looked at some procedures and followed the instructions He set out the fancy purple cloth on his desk and placed the circular mirror down upon it He then eagerly looked into the book and slowly chanted the specified gibberish in slow broken Latin With that he blew out his candles waiting as the book said for the mirrors powers to unlock Nothing happened He got up from the chair in expectation that it wouldnt work and proceeded to turn the lights on when he was shocked by what he heard It started off as a quiet
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