Not sure if creepypasta material but here’s a short story of mine

Not sure if creepypasta material but here’s a short story of mine

 The Devil's Nook 
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"Com'on Joey, we really shouldn't come down here! My dad says it's too dangerous for kids" I say, slowly stepping down the wet rocks so I don't lose my footing. "Sounds like you're just scared. I told you I've been down here loads of times and I've never gotten hurt or nothing." I mumble some curses but I keep moving down the rocks. The Devil's Nook is our destination, and unlike Joey I've never even steered myself in its general direction let alone went all the way down. The Nook sits on the bottom side of an old quarry and everyone has heard all the stories, but most people just dismiss them as urban legend. The quarry was abandoned when my father was still young, ten or eleven I believe is what he told me. The reason being that while they were drilling deep into the mountain they hit an large aquifer which filled the quarry bottom in minutes. It was the worst catastrophe our little town has ever seen. The Nook however, has a much darker past. It's said to be the meeting place for something called The Occult. Dad says their just attention seekers who want to try and scare people, but that doesn't explain all the strange things that happen around there. "Will you bring your ass on my mom will freak if I'm late again!" Joey shouts at me from twenty yards below. The sky above us start to crackle. It's funny, I don't remember seeing clouds on our way up to the quarry. "Let's just turn around then and not chance it. We can explore The Nook another day, it's about to start raining, Joey." I say trying to not sound as if I'm piss my pants scared. "We're here!" My heart sinks. Looking up from the wet, slimy rocks I see it. It doesn't look like much just a crack in the side of a mountain. If you hadn't known the stories a person would just walk on by and not pay it a second glance. But this is The Devil's Nook. This place is forbidden for anyone let alone two 12 year old boys who have to be home before the street lights come on. "Lets go in!" Joey say eagerly. "No! We're going to be late, we should go back!" I shout as my voice cracks in horror because I know that we are going in and it's the last thing I want to do. Joey and I enter The Nook. It's now more than obvious that I am beyond terrified as I slide my feet and breathe in shaking bursts. The air in here seems wet and sticky, but not like it's cause by humidity but rather like breath. Like the Nook is a mouth we just waltzed into. It's too dark to see much but if you look hard you can see some sort of writing on the walls. Like the hieroglyphs in the Egyptian pyramids, but instead of people with dog or eagle heads there is a picture of a woman with no shirt, the head of a goat. She's sitting cross legged gesturing two fingers pointing up on the right hand and the same but pointing downward with the left. I've seen this figure before but I can't remember it's name. That's when I feel it. There is someone else here! Joey feels it too because I hear him stop suddenly. I hold my breath trying to listen for movement but I don't hear any. I hear Joey whisper something but I can't make it out. It sounds like his head is turned from me and he is speaking so softly I can't grasp his words. "What did you say?" I ask as softly as a can. "It's here." he says at normal volume. The quietness of the last few seconds caused his words to sound like blasts from the barrel of a gun as they echo deep down in the Nook. "Th- th- There!" he slowly lifts his arm points as if the terror of what lay at the end of his finger has put him in shock. I squint my eyes, hoping that he's mistaken. Hoping my friend is maybe just playing a cruel prank on me just for a few cheap laughs. He's not. I feel my entire body stiffen, my mouth suddenly dry, and my heart exploding in my ribs. I feel the tears roll down my face as I gaze into it's eyes. I remember it's name now, it's Baphomet. It shifts it eyes on Joey. Eyes like nothing I have ever seen before hollow, dead. It sits against a wall that looks to be one giant rock. On a throne as if waiting for us. "You are correct young one, I have been waiting for you." I hear in my head from a voice I could only describe as angelic. The voice of a woman, or women. She, or they, speak all at once in a way that almost sounds robotic. But these words weren't spoken to me more like transmitted to my brain. I turn to Joey, he is staring at me. Did he hear it too? "He does not see me as you do young one he's not like us he's…frail." It echoes in my head. I'm confused, and by the look on Joey's face so is he. "What is it saying to you?" Joey asks as his tears glide down his checks one after another. "It says it's been waiting for us." I say. "Ah, but you lie young one!" I hear. I try to block it out but it echoes in my mind. "I didn't lie." I reply still not sure what to make of this. "But you do young one, for we waited for only one…and that one is you!" "What do you want from me?" I plead. "Only to serve. To follow you into the end!" "But I'm not someone to be served I'm just a boy, a scared little boy!" I want to run away but I can't, or I won't. I don't want to. I want to stay for some reason. "I don't even know where the end is!" "The end isn't a destination, young one, the end is you…" Joey grabs my arm and pulls me yelling, "We've gotta get out of here, man it says it's going to eat us! It wants to eat us! We have to leave now!" "No." I say. Joey looks at me stunned and unsure what to think of my response. "No," I say again, "it doesn't want to eat us" "Yes it does I heard-" "It wants to eat you, Joey." The betrayal is written in stone across my friends face, he doesn't see us as we are, he is frail. He is frail, and I am the end…

Submitted April 14, 2019 at 07:20PM by silent_dialogue

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