Sydney Jones opened her eyes slowly and groggy as she sat up on the soft, thin bed that she had been lain down on. She looked around confused as to where she was. All she had remembered was coming back from the grocery store and her bags being grabbed from her hands. She felt a sharp pain run through her left shoulder and she flinched away violently as she noticed a tall, chubby lady poking a needle in her arm."What are you doing?"she screamed confused. As she jumped away from the lady and off of the soft cot, she turned and saw her younger brother and sister, Connor and Jaycee, smiling and playing with a small dog. Sydney turned back to the woman with the needle immediately as her breathing began to calm down."Where the hell am I?"she asked sternly. As strange as it might sound to the people around her, she did not appreciate being kidnapped and dragged somewhere that looked like a camp of some sort. They weren't even in a building, just outside with a tent built up around them. It was big enough for a lot of patients beds and doctors equipment though, so she figured that whatever this thing was this was the hospital part of it. "This is the infirmary,"the lady said chuckling, confirming Sydney's thoughts. Sydney sighed slightly as she spoke again,"I mean where am i?"she repeated."I know I'm in the hospital thing or whatever,"she said holding her head, hoping her headache would leave her alone,"but where am I at? Who kidnapped me and why did they bring me here?" "Well I can't explain that... but I will get you someone who can. You and your brother and sister should follow this young lady, she will take you to go see... the person that will help you,"she said softly. She handed Sydney a couple pills to help with her headache before a girl, a few years younger than Sydney was led them to a huge building in the middle of the camp she was in. As she looked around she saw many different tents of different shapes and sizes, and many strange looking people staring at her like she has food in her teeth. Sydney brushed it off and continued looking around. She saw a lake to one side of the camp, and woods near the opposite side. The last glance of sunlight she saw before she walked through the thick doors was a glance of someone swimming in the lake who she could of swore had a fish tail.