Arc 5: Unknown Prison
Chapter 86: Missing
Before he went to prison, Su Min felt that things like dancing over a grave and hearse drifting were just phrases you used to curse someone.
After going to prison, Su Min had changed his mind.
Although he didn’t know how many people there were in this prison, everyone in this room, except for him and Yin Ze, were dancing.
There was even some ballroom dancing. They looked like they here having a lot of fun.
Su Min watched on for a while and saw that none of them were good dancers. He turned around and asked, “You’re not dancing?”
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Yin Ze responded expressionlessly, “Not going. Like an idiot.”
Su Min felt that this roommate of his, the male protagonist of this movie, was really calm and very unlike the usual male protagonists. With his personality, he didn’t seem like someone who would actively go out and investigate the secrets here. He didn’t know what it was that made him change his mind later in the movie.
However, tomorrow Fang Shu Juan would come in. When the two are together, they would probably clash.
The most important thing was that those two were enemies
Su Min rarely saw such character relationship in a horror movie. This time, “Unknown Prison” had two male protagonists. Would they both survive or would only one of them live? It was still a question.
It would probably get quite exciting later.
Someone came over and asked: “You two aren’t going to dance?”
Su Min answered: “I don’t feel well. Not dancing.”
He didn’t want to dance on top of a grave like them.
However, at this moment a few men along with Brother Hao sauntered over: “488 right?”
Su Min glanced at Brother Hao. It was not easy staying alive.
Brother Hao narrowed his eyes. He dragged a chair over and sat opposite Su Min. He asked cheerfully: “Isn’t it good being with me?”
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Someone next to him added: “There’s meat to eat.”
Another echoed: “There’s cigarettes to smoke!”
And the person behind him said: “There’s alcohol to drink!”
Su Min: “……….”
Brother Hao could still be considered normal but why are his younger brothers such idiots? It was as if they were still going through their second year of middle school syndrome.
Yin Ze desperately tried to hold back his laughter.
Su Min took a deep breath and revealed a smile: “Sorry, I don’t smoke or drink.”
Brother Hao spread open his legs, “Then eat meat!”
As soon as he said that, the leg of his chair broke. He fell back with his face facing the ceiling. His younger brothers next to him couldn’t react for a while.
After supporting him up, Brother Hao was furious. He eyed the chair and was about to smash it. Just as he was about to do it, another leg of the chair broke off, hitting him in the head.
Yin Ze: “……….”
Su Min: “………..”
He was too unlucky. The other chairs were all fine and only Brother Hao’s chair had two legs broken off.
His younger brothers were terrified, “Brother Hao, are you okay?”
Brother Hao noticed that he had been very unlucky for the past two days. This was especially the case when he was trying to find Su Min. It had happened several times in a row.
He decided to try again.
Brother Hao lowered his chair, stood in place, and thought for a moment: “488, come to my room tonight———”
Before he could finish the rest of his words, a part of the ceiling above him fell.
Su Min and Yin Ze were startled and quickly moved away. After leaving from their original location, they realised that it only affected the place Brother Hao was standing in.
The ceiling was lacquered, and this resulted in Brother Hao’s face to be covered in white ash.
Su Min sighed, “Brother Hao, why don’t you go back and rest?”
Brother Hao wiped his face. He looked at Su Min darkly for about half a minute before quickly running away: “Ghost!”
With him crying ghost every day, the prison guards had already grown numb to it.
This time he looked too pitiful, so they didn’ shock him and only made him clean up the ash from the ground.
Everything was calm again.
Yin Ze experienced yet another eye-opening situation, “You really are lucky.”
Su Min this time didn’t act modest. He said: “I might actually be a koi.”
Yin Ze: “………..” He didn’t mean it that way.
Because of that incident in the room, the prisoners were all ushered back to their rooms and locked up again.
Su Min looked out the window and observed the corridor.
The corridor’s floor was concrete. It was still wet. He didn’t know if it was because of the humidity or if they didn’t clean it up properly when they did the cleaning.
In any case, ever since he had first arrived, it had been like this.
The upper part and the lower part of the corridor was the same. The ceiling was very ordinary but, because so much time had passed, there were signs of some of the paint peeling.
Su Min didn’t know where that scream came from.
There were four people in each room. Because of the disappearances each day, the rooms were usually not full.
After Su Min examined the prison, he went back to bed to take a nap.
In the evening, the prisoners lined up for dinner.
The food was exactly the same as before. Nothing was changed. Everyone’s seating was also the same. It was very mundane.
Su Min had only stayed there for two days and he already found it extremely suffocating.
He felt as if he was someone who wasn’t sick getting put into a mental hospital and ending up being surrounded by mad people.
Brother Hao who still had a large bump on his head no longer dared to act lightly fearing that something else would fall on him.
Because of this, he even changed seats with his younger brother to avoid the lamp sitting above him.
Su Min saw this and was amused.
Yin Ze said as he ate: “Seems like there will be a physical examination in a few days. I heard it from the guards. It’s going to be troublesome.”
Su Min returned to his senses: “What’s troublesome about physical examination?”
Yin Ze explained: “The examination here is a full body examination. They would draw your blood and measure everything. I heard this from the old man here.”
Su Min felt that they were quite comprehensive. It really isn’t easy for the prison.
After eating, they all lined up and lazily returned to their rooms.
One by one, they were put into their rooms. There were only a few prison guards patrolling around the corridor. The noisy sounds were all coming from within the small rooms.
Su Min looked out the window to assess the situation.
When he saw that nothing was out of the norm, he returned to bed.
In the room diagonally opposite his room, there was someone brushing their teeth. He then spat out the foam into the sink.
Following that, there was a strange sound coming from inside the sink.
The man stopped his movements and found the noise very strange. He placed his toothbrush away and turned on the faucet. Even after washing away the foam, the sound persisted.
It was as if he was coming from the water pipe below.
He lowered his head down and tried to take a look.
It was also at this moment that a hand stretched out and grabbed his head. Before he could let out a scream, he was swallowed up.
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The sink restored to its normal appearance. It was as if nothing had happened.
As soon as Su Min finished washing up, he heard a commotion outside.
The prison guard was called over and he was questioning the people in room 7 diagonally opposite his room. Various voices were mixed together.
The people in the other rooms watched on. With countless faces looking out past the metal bars, it looked like a strange oil painting.
Su Min internally thought of his character set up as an art student. He felt that after experiencing such things firsthand, he would probably be able to perfectly depict the soul and emotions of a person in his next artwork.
As he thought nonsensically, he looked across.
Although the voices sounded very confuddled, because of his proximity, he could slowly piece together the dialogue.
One person there had gone missing.
Three people lived in room 7. The missing person slept in the lower bunk. No one noticed at first because they were all lying in bed.
After a waiting a few minutes, one of the prisoners from the upper bunk got out and wanted to wash up only to see that there was no one below. The roommate sleeping in the lower bunk was gone.
The prison guard was suspicious: “He really came back?”
One of the roommates said: “Really! He really disappeared just like that! We came back together after dinner.”
The other roommate said: “I still remember him singing down there but he just suddenly disappeared.”
This strange situation made them involuntarily recall the previous incidents where there were similar cases of people going missing.
And then nothing was heard from them.
They weren’t prisoners who had just arrived and had been here for many days, so they knew about this situation very well.
The people in the room next to them asked: “What happened? Which one disappeared this time? What number?”
Everyone in prison only remembered each other’s number. They would only call each other by their names if they got more familiar.
The prison guard left after asking a few more questions.
As for whether they would give them an answer as to where that missing person had gone, it no longer seemed to be important.
It was as if a storm had passed through the prison.
Although Su Min heard everything, he still had no idea how someone could disappear. Completely clueless, he could only lie back in bed.
Yin Ze had already finished washing up. He sat on the bed, “Another one went missing today. One day, it would be our turn.”
Si Min glanced at him, “It won’t.”
Because he was the protagonist he would definitely be the last one to die. As for himself who is next to the protagonist, he had a little bit more hope and probably wouldn’t die so soon.
The sky outside had already darkened.
The speaker announced that it was time for lights off and the lights were all simultaneously turned off.
Su Min closed his eyes. Once he adapted to the darkness and was about to take a look at the corridor outside, Chen Su again appeared on the bed.
Chen Su appeared to be idle all the time.
Su Min asked: “You usually have nothing to do?”
Chen Su didn’t answer that question and instead asked: “Want to dance?”
Su Min thought he heard wrong. After thinking back carefully, he realised that he really asked that question, “…….Are you crazy?”
Why would he dance in the middle of the night? This wasn’t a ballroom, it’s a prison. He also has a roommate here.
If he was seen dancing with thin air, he would probably think he’s crazy.
Yin Ze on the opposite end of the room couldn’t hear what Su Min was saying and just felt that his habit of talking to himself was problematic.
Chen Su spoke in a wronged tone, “You don’t like to?”
Su Min poke his forehead. The place he touched was very cold, “I don’t like it.”
And he had never danced before.
Chen Su said: “You were dancing today during the day.”
Su Min moved in to create some space between them and said: “They danced. I didn’t dance.”
The other rooms outside had returned to its usual state. It was as if the disappearance of their roommate tonight was nothing shocking.
In room 8, there was silence over at the beds for a while. Chen Su suddenly asked: “Are you trying to explain yourself to me?”
Su Min closed his eyes and said lazily: “If you say I am, then I am.”
Anyway, no matter what he said, Chen Su would probably take it his own way. Afterall, this ghost was just too confident in himself.
Sure enough, Chen Su was very happy. His cold lips kissed his face, making Su Min shiver.
He was then pulled into his arms.
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They’re sleeping together like it’s normal now haha
PS: The next chapter will be a bait chapter for those #%#^ aggregators. The real link to chapter 87 will be linked at the beginning though so just click onto that to be redirected. Sorry about this and thank you for your understanding!!