”Why does it feel warm?”
She undid the popper that kept the camera case closed. The clicking had stopped, but camera vibrated. It was processing something. Barbara shuddered.
“I don’t like the way it feels, it feels warm alive.”
“Here, give it to me,” Lucy said, “this whole thing might be some sort of joke, lets see what on its memory.”
Barbara looked around uncomfortably; they were surrounded by darkness and silence. It wasn’t a good place to be at night. Lucy gasped.
“Oh sweet Jesus. Oh dear God.”
“What is it?”
Lucy turned stood next to her friend and showed her the secrets captured in the camera’s memory. Barbara turned around and hung on to the branch of a tree while she threw up.