Plot Type your text "Really, we shouldn't be here..." Character 1 is a fearless daredevil who will do pretty much anything. Character 2 is his cowardly friend. One day, the two buddies go to a 'haunted manor' (despite character 2's begs to not go). They split up, unaware of the dangers within. Character 1 gets killed, and turns into a ghost. Character 2 cannot see him, but he can hear him. Character 2 gets scared and leaves without her friend. Character 1 tries to live with her, but can't. He is trapped... Will character 2 come back to save character 1? Or will character 1 live his life as a ghost forever? Character 1 Name: Oskar Mallidan Gender: Male Age: 18 Personality: Oskar is a care-free daredevil who will do just about anything. He doesn't believe in ghosts, or anything like that. In fact, he doesn't believe in much at all. If anything, he believes in science, because that can be proven. He is abit of a bad boy, and often skives school. However, he can be kind to his friends. Character 2 Name: Johanna Acosta Gender: Female Age: 17 Personality: Johanna is more of a cowardly person who doesn't like to take risks, in fact she avoids them. Though when she does take a risk it's mostly her friends that convince her to do it. She's a bit pessimistic and self-conscious. Despite that, she has a warm heart and cares for others. Oskar Mallidan "Come on Jo!" he shouted. "It can't be that scary!" The two friends were on their way to an abandoned building which Oskar had insisted on visiting. His best friend, Johanna, didn't like the idea very much, but Oskar was convinced it would be fun. Why wouldn't it be? An old, derelict building with nobody around to tell them what to do. Not that anyone told them what to do... Heck, he was 18 and she was 17. The only thing his mother ever begged him to do was get a driver's licence (which he will do - next year). As he entered the building, he felt a chill down his spine. It's just cold, he told himself, though he wasn't entirely convinced. Oskar had heard tales of this building. Tales about it being haunted. Ha! Like he was to believe that rubbish! He thought of them as old campfire tales. Stories made to make you shiver, but not make you have nightmares. Still, the building did have a creepy feel to it, but there must have been a logical explanation. There was. "The windows open."