We waited in the front of the store for about an hour. Eventually, we decided to leave our supplies and take our weapons; Bill: Golf Club, Audrey: wooden stake, Me: Fraying Pan. We walked down the middle aisle of the store and eventually made it to the back.
“Alright,” said Bill, “Don’t go too fast, don’t lose sight of each other. Stay close.” He opened the door and we walked into the black darkness of the Employees Only section. We wandered in the darkness for what seemed like hours, and then.
“I found it,” yelled Bill, flipping switches, he opened the power box. We followed the sound of switches clicking, and found him in the corner.
“Start flipping,” he said. I walked toward the box and started flipping switches. Audrey was watching behind us, waving the flashlight around in the darkness of the room. She waved it onto one wall, and saw that the wall was covered with blood.
“Bill,” she said, “I think you should look at this.” Bill turned around and saw the blood.
“Gabriel,” said Bill, “Stay here, keep flipping switches.” He pulled out his golf club. “Audrey, keep the light there.” He walked slowely over to the blood on the wall. “Crap!”
“What,” I said turning around and seeing the spot for the first time.
“There is a zombie over here, and a worker. They killed each other.”
“Smash the workers head, just incase,” I said, turning back to the switches. “Found it.” The lights went on. The room was luminated, and revealed multiple dead bodies.
“Audrey,” said Bill, “Get out of here. Gabriel, go with her.”
I left the room with Audrey. We walked to the front of the store, and grabbed our gear and walked to the back of the store. Bill walked out of the room, his golf club covered in blood, and blood splattered on his clothes.
“Ok,” he said, shaking the golf club, “Where are we gonna sleep?”
“I was thinking back here,” I said, “But after seeing that,(I pointed to the room) I think that it’s a bad idea.”
“What about the front?” asked Audrey.
“I think that’s our best shot,” said Bill, “We can hear Them if they beak in, and see Them. Not to mention survivors.”
“Ok,” I said. We walked to the front of the store. There was no one to be seen. We set down our gear, and I went to look for a laptop charger. I found one, eventually, and started typing the days events. Tomorrow, I think that I’m going to send out a distress call, just to see if there are any other survivors out there.