The Supernatural is Real
Windvale, PA - “The supernatural does exist, it is around us, but there is no reason to fear it.” Acting Secretary of Defense Charles Goodwell addressed the nation late in the evening, to a packed room. As he went on to explain exactly what many conspiracy theorists feared, and what many people had heard rumored, the world sat stunned.
Sometime late on October 31st, All Saints Eve, the first reports began to come in. Videos hit youtube, and twitter was ablaze. Spirits were being seen all over the world, they weren’t hostile, and they were lingering for no other purpose than a simple visit. What brought them about?
“An event based out of a small town in the southern continental United States. It’s been contained, and no one has anything to worry about,” Goodwell stated.
“Everything indicates there’s been an upsurge in this sort of activity for several years. We just didn’t notice yet because until now, most of the events have been on a much smaller scale, often contained and hidden from the public eye,” Goodwell later said when asked whether this was a one time occurrence. But further investigation into these smaller scale events he talks about paints a bigger picture.
Children, mostly teens, being at the center of strange and unexplained events worldwide, then mysterious men coming to take them away. Most of the roads lead to the same place. Investigate reporters from the Times followed up on these rumors and tracked the disappearances, putting together connections in many different cases to uncover the project.
It’s in a small town in Pennsylvania. People drive through Interstate 76 and pass right by it. The big secret, tucked onto a hill, is an unassuming school with a very interesting story to it. Behind the tall walls and beneath the trees that surround the campus are supernatural beings.
This wasn’t the first time that reports came out about occurrences like this, the recent viral videos from New York made people believe in superheroes. Only now has it been confirmed.
Students, as Sunnybrook Academy calls them, these children are aged 14 to 18. From all around the world, they have been brought here to be kept safe and to be protected from the world as a whole. It’s no longer a well kept secret, this United Nations operated school - along with two others with less notoriety found in Norway and Japan - is now the focus of the world.
“We will not allow this to remain on our soil,” President Trump was quoted as saying, “these things are not American.”
With protests outside of the small town of Windvale, and mounting pressure from the international community for answers from both the school and the United Nations, the future of this school for the supernatural is uncertain.
For the students of Sunnybrook, their lives are no longer a secret, and the world is ready for answers about them and their supernatural abilities.
Maria Jones reporting for the New York Times, distributed by the Associated Press