Splitzo Frenetica: Chapter 1

Welcome to the Psyche Ward

Where am I? I had these episodes often. I would wake up, not knowing where I was or how I got there. I was fortunate, however, to always be found by a nurse. I never thought I could like a place like this…

I remember the first day my parents left me here. It was a cool morning; I think it was September. We walked into the building… At the time, I didn’t know, but it was an asylum. I remember the smell on the inside. It smelled clean and it looked orderly. It felt calm, but there was something in the air as if something was coming…

Do you feel that, Jamie… Violence… ha ha…

This is not the time for your bothersome tom foolery…

Hey that doctor is kind of cute…

Guys seriously, keep it down a little… geez…

It was calm and quiet; that’s all I remember. And the doctor, he seemed kind enough. He didn’t cringe when I looked at him, like my parents were prone to. I thought he was alright. I remember him saying, “Jamie, my boy, we’ve been expecting you. Please come with me and have a seat…”

And then I blacked out. I woke up and the doctor lay unconscious. There was a lot of blood, and there were guards and nurses and more doctors and… so many people, I found myself pinned and gagged. What had I done? Where did I go?

The next thing I knew I was in a padded room with the jacket and everything. A part of me was struggling and I wasn’t sure why. A part of me wanted to escape and tear up everybody, but that part was fading.

Calm down, Terrance.

Fuck off, pops! Those mother fuckers are going to get it!

Would it help if I held your hand?

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