A day in Skyline County

A day in Skyline County

Cameron Brown, Reporter

It was just like any other day in Skyline County! It was February 17, 1950, and there was a family of four: a wife named Jasmine, a husband named John, and twins Abigail and Gabrielle. John was 35, Jasmine was 38, and Abigail and Gabrielle were 8. They were at a restaurant. The lights were flickering but nobody suspected a thing because the restaurant was old and rundown. The restaurant was called “Lucky’s Diner” and was run by Lucky and Chuck who have been married since 1945 and are both 55 years old. 

One time at 11 p.m., Lucky and Chuck were closing down so they mopped and swept. Around midnight they left the restaurant and made sure everything was unplugged and all lights were off. When they returned at 7:30 a.m. to open back up nobody was there, but everything was plugged in and the lights were on. They checked the cameras but nothing showed up. They kept refreshing the screen and still nothing. They called the police but they said, “There is nothing we can do about it.” 

“I have to go out for a delivery,” Chuck said.

But no one called or ordered anything recently,” replied Lucky. Chuck, who was not even bothering listening to her, left.

Five minutes after he left the power went out and nothing was working. Lucky was now scared and alone. She tried calling Chuck but her service was not working.

“Why are all the lights off?” Chuck asked as he walked in.

“I don’t know. When you left all the power went off,” responded Lucky.

The cops got called once again and they finally came to Lucky’s Diner. The cops saw something very unexpected.