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Those Who Play for Ghosts by TheMichaelMacRae

Those Who Play for Ghosts

by TheMichaelMacRae

So I have, like, a month off from school before my trip. What should I do? 

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2 deviants said Work and earn ur money, son. (I'm gonna end up doing this, anyway).
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2 deviants said Practice your Japanese, dude! (I still have half the course to get thru help)
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1 deviant said Make ART and COMICS (and totally neglect all responsibility!)
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No deviants said Do some hardcore writing!! (I really want to)

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    10:20 P.M.

    Charlotte Kiss

    I skate down the endless, winding hallways as fast as I can without making too much noise. I found James. I can find the others. I just have to stay focussed and not let the fear get to me.

    Easier said than done.

    The halls twist and turn in odd shapes and formations. The flashing lights would be enough to trigger an epilepsy attack, and coupled with the contorted mirrors the sights are enough to bring on a fierce headache that almost seems to squeeze my eyes in their sockets.

    I see a few words that Lynette took the time to scrawl on the walls and mirrors. They’re painted in red, sloppy handwriting, clearly done with a finger. I don’t want to look too much and see if it’s made of blood or paint. The drips run down the walls like bloody tears and seep into the cracks in the wallpaper and on the floor.

    I falter, pausing despite myself to read them.

    You will not win.

    This is all your fault.

    Why didn’t you notice me?

    They will all die… BECAUSE OF YOU.

    My knees feel weak. A wave of helplessness washes over me. Lynette feels like an unstoppable force. I feel absolutely powerless against her. I have to shove that notion aside, otherwise I’m going to give up… and no one can afford that.

    My hands still trembling, I skate down the halls again, checking each door to make sure that my friends weren’t behind them. I freeze when I hear footsteps, but they’re a good ways off. Lynette must be searching for me. I have to move fast.

    I open another door and let out a gasp. “Ash!

    The figure is on his side, tied to a chair. I rush over and pull the gag from his mouth.

    He spits on the floor and curses. “Charlie? What the fuck?”

    “How about thanks,” I say. “C’mon, let’s get you up.”

    “Uh. Ow.” He collapses onto the floor when I untie the ropes. “I tried to… get away… and I accidentally knocked the chair over.”

    “You look okay,” I say when he gets to his feet. It was true—he may have been covered in bruises, but the cuts were few and far between and he had a sharp, angry look in his eye, better than the lost, distant one that James had.

    “Anything broken?” I ask.

    He flexes his fingers and rolls his shoulders. “Not as far as I can tell. She did try, though. Son of a bitch, I’m gonna kill her!” He freezes. “Wait… how did you get away? You look... fine...”

    Looks can be deceiving. I was the opposite of fine. “Long story. I’ll explain later.”

    “… Did you see my sister?”

    I shake my head. “Not yet. I’ll find her. You need to get out of here, Ash.”

    “Fuck off! I’m helping you find her! If she’s…” Ash trailed off, not able to finish his thought. “… not okay… I’m gonna fucking murder Lynette!” He narrowed his eyes at me. “Wait… why aren’t you beaten to a pulp?”

    “I don’t really know, okay?” I say quickly. “Come on, she’s coming! We have to run.” I take his sleeve and try to tug him out the door.

    “Hang on.” He grabs my wrist in a tight, powerful grip. “How do I know that you’re not working with her? I heard her talking about you in a very… fond sort of way.” He tightens his hold. “Whose side are you on?

    “I’m on yours!” I cry. “Ash, we have to go!”

    “How do I know that you’re not part of her sick little game? Huh? Why are you still able to walk? Why aren't you covered in bruises?”

    “I had already left the park by the time that she started all of this!” I say frantically. “I didn’t know anything was wrong until she texted me! I didn’t even know it was her! I thought it was Correggio, but Lynette is Correggio! She texted me and said that if I didn’t come back here, she would kill all of you! She’s already started! Ash, we have to find the others! What about your sister?”

    Ash tightens his grip just a little more before letting go. “I’ve known you for a year, Charlie… Sorry for acting out like that. I’m just…”

    “Scared?” I offer.

    He doesn’t reply. His eyes stay downcast. “We need to go find the others.”

    “I found James,” I say as we leave the tiny room. “And Lizzie is…” I falter.

    “She’s what?

    I hang my head. “… Dead. Lynette killed her. I saw it with my own eyes. I… couldn’t stop her.”

    Ash put a heavy hand on my shoulder. “We can’t worry about that, now. We have to keep moving.”

    “Of course. Right.” I push his hand off and slide along the wall of the funhouse. “Keep quiet. She’s lurking around here, somewhere.”

    A loud, pained scream echoes from somewhere below our feet. The sound of it makes the hair stand up on the back of my neck. I put a hand over my mouth and look over to Ash.

    “I guess she’s…” He swallowed and pointed down to the floor. “… Up to something…”

    I grasp at the front of my jacket. Please don’t let any more of my friends die… Please…


PAGE 1
PANEL 1
A plaque on a hospital door that reads: 11:40 P.M., Lynette Silas
PAGE 2
PANEL 1
Establishing shot of a long row of hospital beds. The scene is dark and dimly lit. All beds are empty, except the one on the end.
Caption: Although it is late in the night, I am still wide awake.
PANEL 2
Closer view of the one occupied bed, side angle. Only a silhouette of the occupant.
Caption: Due to an unfortunate incident involving me, a guard, and a knife that I had stolen from the cafeteria, I am now in the hospital wing recovering from a minor concussion.
PANEL 3
Close up of one hand, with the wrist tied to the bed.
Caption: My wrists are strapped to the bed and starting to ache.
PANEL 4
View of Lynette, from above. Her hair is wild and tangled. She’s wearing a hospital gown.
Caption: Welcome to the Bradley Institute for the Criminally Insane. Please, sit down. Join me. I could use someone to talk to.
PAGE 3
PANEL 1
Lynette from a side angle, looking bored.
Caption: I am bored. Have you got any idea how dull it is being locked up in a room all alone?
PANEL 2
Lynette’s fingers, tapping gently.
Caption: I need proper stimulation. I need a chance to plot and scheme.
PANEL 3
Same shot, but now her fingers are bloody.
Caption: I need the thrill of the chase. I need the feel of warm thick blood running down my hands. I need it.
Caption 2: It has been this way for three long years.
PAGE 4
PANEL 1
Lynette turning her head to the left, eyebrows raised.
SFX: Creeeak…
PANEL 2
A doctor stands at the open door, one hand on the knob, the other holding a briefcase. He is bespectacled, has a crew cut, and a clean white labcoat. His nametag reads Dr. Bass.
DOCTOR: I see you are awake, Lynette.
PANEL 3
Lynette turns her head away, same angle as panel 1.
LYNETTE: Why would I not be?
SFX: Shf.
PANEL 4
Doctor Bass takes a seat on the bench next to Lynette and pulls out a blood pressure cuff.
PANEL 5
He loosens the strap on her wrist. Close shot.
DOCTOR: You should be getting some rest. It’s the middle of the night.
PAGE 5
PANEL 1
Lynette gives him a deadpan look.
LYNETTE: Is that not hypocritical?
PANEL 2
He raises an eyebrow behind his small round spectacles.
PANEL 3
He takes Lynette’s arm in a calloused hand and slips on the blood pressure cuff.
PANEL 4
He pumps up the cuff so he can read the dial. The dial shows that her blood pressure is very low.
PANEL 5
Lynette looks on coldly.
PANEL 6
Doctor Bass gives a sigh and slowly drags his pen to his clipboard to jot down a few numbers.
DOCTOR: How are you feeling, tonight?
SFX: Sigh.
PAGE 6
PANEL 1
Lynette rolls her eyes. High angle.
LYNETTE: Bored. Next question.
PANEL 2
The doctor looking down at her hand.
DOCTOR: Is that all?
PANEL 3
The doctor fastens Lynette’s wrist back into the strap. Close up shot of her hand, she is making a fist, bracing against the strap.
DOCTOR: I have a feeling that you are using boredom to mask what you may be truly feeling.
PANEL 4
Close up on the strap. It is loose.
DOCTOR: Are you certain that nothing is on your mind?
PANEL 5
Lynette glares at the Doctor (OS). Her eyes are cold.
LYNETTE: Now I am irritated because you are so adamant that I discuss about my feelings, even though I clearly have none to discuss. Moving on.
PAGE 7
PANEL 1
Doctor Bass looks exasperated and sympathetic.
DOCTOR: Care to elaborate on your boredom?
PANEL 2
Lynette looks away.
LYNETTE: Not especially.
DOCTOR (OS): Not at all?
PANEL 3
Duplicate panel.
DOCTOR (OS): … Lynette?
PANEL 4
Closer view of Lynette, tilted angle. She looks angry.
LYNETTE: Fine. I am bored because this institution is a nightmare of juvenile doctors with pockets full of useless pills and ridiculous ideas about how they want to “cure” me.
PANEL 5
Doctor Bass looks startled, eyes wide.
LYNETTE (OS): There is nothing to do in this god-forsaken place! I need proper stimulation!
PANEL 6
Lynette snarls at him.
LYNETTE: All of the other people held here are simple-minded, slack-jawed idiots who hold no appreciation for good conversation or thoughtful ideas and are aware of nothing beyond the tips of their own noses. I am alone in a sea of fools.
PAGE 8
PANEL 1
Doctor Bass has a slack jaw, his pen and his clipboard are held loosely in his hands.
PANEL 2
Doctor Bass coughs into his hands.
DOCTOR: Ahem. Do you have anything… constructive to add to that?
PANEL 3
Lynette looks away.
LYNETTE: You are boring and annoying. Get out.
PANEL 4
Doctor Bass frowns.
DOCTOR: This is not optimal to your treatment, Lynette.
PANEL 5
Lynette leans forward, looking furious, her hands clenched into fists and straining against her bonds.
LYNETTE: Treatment? Is that what you imbeciles call this?
DOCTOR: Lynette, please...
SFX: Creeeeak...
PAGE 9
PANEL 1
Lynette gives him a dark look. Shadows are cast over most of her face. Her eyes are full of malice.
LYNETTE: You’ve gotten everything wrong about me, Doctor. I’m not who you think I am. I’ve bided my time in this place long enough.
PANEL 2
The doctor scribbles some notes down on his pad with a wan smile.
DOCTOR: Lynette, nobody thinks they belong here. Don’t worry. Everything will be alright.
SFX: Scribble
PANEL 3
Lynette bares her teeth.
LYNETTE: Are you familiar with the name Correggio?
PANEL 4
Doctor pauses, looking worried and concerned, his pen poised above the paper.
DOCTOR: I… of course I am. He is in a top security ward here. He’s confessed to the serial murder of fifteen people. What does that have to do with…?
PANEL 5
Lynette gives him a lofty look: lowered eyelids, raised eyebrows.
LYNETTE: He’s a liar.
PAGE 10
PANEL 1
The doctor raises his eyebrows.
DOCTOR: Excuse me?
PANEL 2
Lynette from profile. She stares up at the ceiling.
LYNETTE: Correggio is a liar and a coward. When the police could not solve the killings, they listened to the first mental case who confessed to them. Nobody stopped to think.
PANEL 3
Lynette glances over at the doctor. The doctor is shown, just his shoulder.
LYNETTE: The point is, Correggio wasn’t responsible for those deaths. I was. I killed those people. And not just them. There are others, too, whose bodies have not been found.
PANEL 4
The doctor sighs and looks disbeliving.
DOCTOR: Lynette, come now. Is this a genuine delusion or…
PANEL 5
Lynette snarls at him.
LYNETTE: Shut up! How dare you speak to me in that condescending tone! I am not a fool!
PANEL 6
Lynette smiles menacingly. Close angle.
LYNETTE: I will get out, Doctor Bass. No matter how many people tell me that it cannot be done, I will get out and I will right Correggio’s wrong.
PANEL 7
Lynette’s smile widens. Closer angle.
LYNETTE: I will paint this city with blood, Doctor. Make no mistake.
PAGE 11
PANEL 1
The Doctor looks surprised and concerned.
PANEL 2
The Doctor looks away, he puts his hand into his bag.
DOCTOR: Lynette, I’m afraid that I’m going to have to administer some medication to help you calm your mind and sleep.
PANEL 3
The Doctor takes a syringe from a small box. Low angle.
DOCTOR: Please, try to relax.
PANEL 4
Lynette growls. The needle is partially visible in the foreground.
LYNETTE: No...
PANEL 5
Close up on Lynette’s hand as she begins to wriggle from the strap.
LYNETTE: I…
PANEL 6
Lynette wrenches her hand from the loose strap. Needs to be a wide shot, use another page if you have to. Doctor should be visible from behind in the foreground, he drops his needle in surprise. Lynette should look wild and untamed. Note: use image references from online
LYNETTE: WON’T!
SFX: SNAP!
PAGE 12
PANEL 1
The Doctor leans back in his chair, his clipboard flying.
DOCTOR: Lynette! What are you doing?!
PANEL 2
Lynette rips off her other strap.
SFX: SHHK!
PANEL 3
Lynette whips around, teeth bared, hair flying.
PANEL 4
Low back angle. Lynette is advancing on the doctor, and the doctor is on his feet, backing away from her. The straps left marks in Lynette’s arms, she wears a hospital gown, legs, hands and feet are bare.
DOCTOR: Lynette, take a few deep…
PAGE 13
PANEL 1
Lynette lunges forward, her fist strikes across the doctor’s face, snapping his head sideways. Action lines.
SFX: CRACK!
PANEL 2
The Doctor stumbles, his hand to his bloody nose.
PANEL 3
Lynette brings her elbow down into his temple.
SFX: WHUMP(?)
PANEL 4
Doctor Bass falls to the floor, glasses askew, his face bloody.
SFX: THUD!
PAGE 14
PANEL 1
Lynette positions her heel over his throat.
LYNETTE: I did try to warn you.
PANEL 2
Lynette smiles coldly.
LYNETTE: People tend to think that I’m weaker because I’m small and feminine.
PANEL 3
Lynette leans her foot onto his throat. The Doctor struggles, trying to push her off of him.
LYNETTE: Well… who’s weak, now?
PANEL 4
Close angle, only eyes visible. The Doctor’s eyes go wide.
PANEL 5
Same angle. The Doctor’s pupils dilate.
PANEL 6
The Doctor’s eyes roll back.
PAGE 15
PANEL 1
Long shot. Hospital beds, corpse, and Lynette all visible. Lynette’s hospital gown flares out,  her hair is wild and tangled, and she smirks coldly.
PANEL 2
Lynette’s feet, stepping over the body.
PANEL 3
Lynette leaves the hospital ward, her gown and hair flaring out dramatically.
PAGE 16
PANEL 1
Lynette dashes through the hallways, her bare feet padding against the tile floors. She passes room upon room, all dark inside.
SFX: Padda padda padda…
PANEL 2
Lynette rounding a corner, her hospital gown flaring out behind her again.
SFX: Padda padda padda…
PANEL 3
Lynette looks over her shoulder at her reflection in the window as she runs. She frowns at it.
PAGE 17
PANEL 1
Lynette standing between two double doors. The front desk is at the front of the room, and the light source is from behind her.
PANEL 2
Lynette strides across the empty room. Some hard-backed chairs and a coffee table with magazines is visible in the background.
PANEL 3
Lynette standing before the sliding glass double-doors. Smaller sub-panel: Close up on the locking mechanism on the door.
LYNETTE: Locked. The alarm is activated.
PANEL 4
Lynette glances over her shoulder at the desk with the computer.
PANEL 5
Lynette slides behind the desk.
PANEL 6
Lynette sits on the chair and pulls open drawers. Bird’s eye angle.
LYNETTE: I need to find something to help me. Even a paperweight will do!
PAGE 18
PANEL 1
Lynette looks up at the computer. Lynette is shown from behind.
LYNETTE: The computers in this facility all have access to the locking systems.
PANEL 2
Close up of a sticky note on the top of the monitor. It has a string of letter/number/character digits (maybe YA7$HPQ9)
LYNETTE: New intern hasn’t yet memorized the password.
PANEL 3
Lynette sits behind the computer, looking concentrated. Profile view.
LYNETTE: The lock systems are quite simple.
PANEL 4
Lower angle. The light above Lynette’s head goes out.
LYNETTE: Cut the power.
SFX: CLICK.
OS: Hey! What’s going on? The lights are out!
PANEL 5
Lynette smiles in the gloom.
LYNETTE: I do love a bit of drama. Let’s set the tone with some music.
PAGE 19
PANEL 1
Lynette leaps over the desk. Low angle.
SFX: Musical notes. “Bad Influence” lyrics.
OS: What’s going on? Hey!
PANEL 2
Lynette picks up a chair and turns her head as someone enters the double doors, illuminated by the emergency lights. We can only make out his silhouette.
SFX: Same music.
GUARD: Lynette!
PANEL 3
Closer frame of the guard. He’s chubby with sweaty cheeks, a hat and a uniform.
GUARD: Lynette! What have you done to Doctor Bass?!
PAGE 20
PANEL 1
Lynette snarls, lifting the chair.
LYNETTE: Nothing he didn’t deserve!
PANEL 2
The guard looks anxious. He reaches his hand down.
GUARD: Lynette, you stop right there!
PANEL 3
The guard’s fingers brush the gun on his hip.
PANEL 4
Lynette’s eyes narrow. Close up.
PANEL 5
Lynette flings the chair across the room at the guard.
PAGE 21
PANEL 1
The guard ducks out of the way of the chair.
PANEL 2
The gun skitters away on the tile floor.
SFX: Shhhhhhk
PANEL 3
Lynette lunges for the gun, the guard reaches for Lynette.
PANEL 4
The guard pins Lynette to the floor with his large weight. He reaches for his radio.
PANEL 5
Lynette’s wide eyes.
PAGE 22
PANEL 1
Lynette reaching for the gun in the foreground, the guard still crushing her to the floor.
PANEL 2
Lynette jabs her elbow back into the guard’s ribs.
GUARD: *gasp*
PANEL 3
Lynette squirms away from him, starts to stand.
PANEL 4
Lynette runs towards the gun, the guard reaching for her, one arm around his ribs.
GUARD: Lynette, no!
PAGE 23
PANEL 1
Lynette’s hand reaching for the gun.
PANEL 2
Lynette aims the gun at the guard.
LYNETTE: Too late! I am to keep my freedom!
PANEL 3
The guard looks terrified, sweat pouring down his wide forehead.
PANEL 4
The gun goes off, sillouhette of the guard being shot. Lynette looks cold and cruel.
SFX: BANG!
PANEL 5
The guard slumps down, dead, a red circle in his forehead.
PAGE 24
PANEL 1
Lynette looks at the smoking gun with a frown.
PANEL 2
Lynette tosses it aside, looking bored.
LYNETTE: No more bullets.
SFX: Clatter
PANEL 3
Lynette puts on the guard’s jacket, the guard’s body lying at her bare feet.
PANEL 4
Lynette picks up the chair with a determined look on her face. The guard’s corpse is in the background.
LYNETTE: No point in trying not to set the alarms off, now.
PANEL 5
The chair flies out the glass door, glass flying everywhere. The scene is lit by streetlamps. Red lights flash from inside.
SFX: CRASH!
SFX: WEEWOOWEEWOO
PAGE 25
PANEL 1
Lynette stands before the broken glass door, the cool night air streaming in, red siren lights flashing.
SFX: WEEWOOWEEWOO
SFX: Music
PANEL 2
Lynette stands on the sidewalk, with crossed arms.
PANEL 3
Lynette in profile, smirking. Her eyes glow red from the siren lights.
LYNETTE: I can see the other patients fleeing. Most of them will be caught.
PANEL 4
A light summer breeze blows through her damp hair. Deciduous trees that line the sidewalk like leafy soldiers sway in the wind. Lynette looks up at the tall buildingsd nearby. Neon signs glow somewhere in the distance, flickering in the night. Downtown is not far away.
LYNETTE: I missed being outside.
PAGE 26
PANEL 1
Lynette walks down the block, buttoning up the guard’s jacket that is much too big for her.
SFX: Music
“This used to be a Funhouse!
“But now it’s full of evil clowns!
“It’s time to start the countdown!
“I’m gonna burn it down… down… down…
“I’m gonna burn it down!”
PANEL 2
Lynette raises her eyebrows, looking thoughtful.
LYNETTE: Funhouse?
PANEL 3
Lynette glances up at a billboard.
PAGE 27
PANEL 1
The billboard is a colourful red one that reads: FUNTIME AMUSEMENT PARK! FUN, GAMES, RIDES AND LAUGHS! NOW FEATURING THE FABULOUS FUNHOUSE!
PANEL 2
Lynette smiles menacingly.
LYNETTE: Perfect.
PANEL 3
Wide shot from behind, watching Lynette walk down the street. Neon lights up the sky. The buildings are tall and frame her perfectly.
LYNETTE: I know exactly how to show the world that Correggio is a fraud, and I am the true artist.
MADHOUSE FUNHOUSE SCRIPT
YES
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I am currently on page 6. I don't know what I plan to do with it, but I plan to have the entire first chapter (all 20-something pages ughhhhh) done before I do a thing. Will I upload it? Maybe. Do I plan to make money off of it somehow? For sho.
Now I just need to convince my school to let me bring my tablet so I can work on it...
omg a very sparkly Japanese pad ad came on TV and I'm not sure what to do with my thoughts talk to you later
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Anashe and Belladonna.
Who doesn't love a fantasy love story between an adorable bouncy sorceress and a slightly shy shadow demon?
It's a WIP atm, but I've made some headway in the story. I like it a lot. 
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In the sky? Underwater? Who knows??

I could spend days drawing jellyfishes. c:
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Broken charger :(
My cable for my tablet is broken. It's been broken for a few hours and it's just been me at home until just now. I decided to paint my feelings.
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I don't like blogging so much on DA. That's not really what it's for, and I don't want to link my relatives to my DA profile so often (srsly).
Anyhow, I'm telling awesome tales about my Japan adventures at www.runawaycartoonist.wordpress.com
I don't know what the profile will be after my trip to Japan. :shrug:
Run on over there and check it out! :D

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Hey, my name is Geli. I'm a teenager. I really like to draw cartoons and write. I can pretend that I know how to play the piano. That's about it.

When I grow up, I want to be a cartoonist/ writer more then anything, but hey, things change, and anything can happen!

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Hi Angelica,
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...And « Chihiro facing… No Face Kaonashi ».
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