A nightmare cinema experience for a young couple
Posted On June 18, 2021
The first night I went to The Nightmare Cinema, I felt the most claustrophobic I had in ages.
As I walked in the dark, I saw a couple lying on the floor.
They had both been stabbed.
As they lay dying, I noticed they were wearing nothing but their underwear.
I was horrified.
The cinema is a horror film studio, and I was in the middle of an immersive experience.
I didn’t understand why this would happen, so I sat and watched it on repeat.
A few minutes later, I heard a scream and the scream became louder.
I turned around and saw a young man with a butcher knife who had been stabbed in the back.
I ran towards him and started running towards him as he was stabbing the woman.
He had the butcher knife to my throat.
I couldn’t move, but I did not stop moving.
I started shouting, screaming, screaming.
The man with the knife was getting up, so when I was running away from him, he saw me.
He took a swing at me and I hit him in the head.
He fell to the ground.
I held him for a few minutes, but when he was up, he ran back into the house and the woman was dead.
The next night, I went back to the cinema.
This time I felt even more horrified.
I saw the young man and the young woman lying in the hallway, covered in blood.
I screamed at him to stop, and when he did, I hit his head.
I thought it would be OK, but he was still standing there, still holding the knife to the young lady’s throat.
As the woman died, I stood in front of the cinema and screamed.
I hit the cinema with the butcher’s knife, and the screams continued.
I had no idea what was going to happen next.
I tried to leave, but the police caught me and arrested me.
I can’t even explain what happened next.
They took me to a cell, put me in solitary confinement for about six weeks, and interrogated me for hours.
They threatened to put me on suicide watch if I didn ‘t confess to the crime.’
It took me nearly three years to get my sentence reduced.
But when I went on hunger strike, I got my sentence cut from seven to three years.
When I went home, I told my family I had been tortured for nearly a year and a half.
I’m now a free man.
I am relieved I didn’t go to jail, because I never would have gotten my revenge.
I now feel I have a chance to get justice.