April 26, 20_
I'm not the only one to show an interest in this town – more specifically, the forest. People aren't willing to talk, but there are obvious clues and "footprints" left behind by other writers. What I find most interesting is that despite the obvious presence of other authors, not one has written about the forest, almost as if in the course of their research they succumbed to the fear.
How is this possible? Could it really all be true? Sean is real, not a figment of imagination? And Mrs. Cooper mentioned two children…
I have to know the truth.