The mystery of the teleportation device that appeared in the guest room

December 23, 2018

 

 

It all started on that melancholy day, December 20th. My name is

Marcia, a 35-year-old single mom (I don’t usually give out my age). My daughter, Georgia, was at a birthday party with all of her friends. I was just sitting on the sofa shopping for Christmas gifts on Amazon,

when I heard the strangest noise come from upstairs. If you could

imagine it, it was like a freight train had just run into a car that was

stuck on the tracks.

 

I ran upstairs faster than a hummingbird could flap its wings, and I saw the most bizarre thing I have ever seen in my life. There was a ring of brilliant light on the bed in the guest room. Getting out my phone, I tried to call my best friend, Janice, but my phone flew out of my hands into the giant ring of light. I carefully walked around to the other side to see where it went, but it was nowhere to be found. I walked back to the door, but not carefully enough. The ring of light sucked me into the depths of the unknown, and I slowly started to fall asleep.

 

I woke up on the beach in India. There was a sweet lady named

Beatrice, who had taken me into her home to help me return back to full health. She began to explain where I was and how I had

gotten there. She said Samsung was testing a new teleportation device they had created, and the other end of the portal ended up in my home. I started to panic. I had to pick up Georgia from her birthday party in less than 15 minutes.

 

I asked Beatrice how I could get back home. She told me that I would have to go to the airport and fly back home. Unfortunately, I didn’t have that much time on my hands. There seemed to be no other option; I started walking to the airport. Suddenly, out of nowhere, the ground gave in under me. I was sucked into yet another portal.

 

I woke up back home. Quickly I rushed to the car to pick up

Georgia from her party. We finally were back home together. This was truly a Christmas I would remember forever.

 

 

 

 

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