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My friend had told me about some boy with a Haunted Copy of the game "Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask". I didn't beleive him.

But to be on the safe side, I never bought it. Instead I decided to buy it's older brother game, "Ocarina of Time". It was at a Gamestop that would soon be closed in a few years. They sold me it for free, saying "It's for a good purpose". When I recieved the copy, they employee looked sorry for me, like something bad happened. When I got home, I plopped the game into my old N64. It looked fun and happy.

But that's where I was wrong. I looked at the box, and it said the game was pre-owned, and I didn't really care. Free save file for me! My parents told me they were going out to go shopping, and they were taking my little brother with them and that I was in charge of the house. I just decided to continue playing. There were 2 save files. One named "Happy" and the other named "Music". I selected Happy. It showed Zelda, not Link, actual Zelda. As far as I'm concerned, you can't play as Zelda. She wasn't disguised as Sheik, either. It showed her with a blood stained, torn up dress. She looked so happy, like nothing was going on. It then randomly teleported me to another room. Zelda walked around, with an un-blinking, smiling face. She had the craziest laugh, and then it showed her hanging herself, taking Link's sword to chop off her legs, as Link almost got hung himself. Text appeared saying "Link: Help... delete... save file... please... save me...." The game crashed. I reset the game. As I reset it, I realized Link can't talk, and didn't have any diolauge at all in this game besides random noise like "IAH!" or "HEE-EH". I did what Link somehow told me, and deleted the save file. It showed a new save file named "B". I chose the other file, Music. I played with the normal player, Link. In his model was an ocarina in his hand and another in the other hand. One dissapeared, and he started playing the one he still had. Starngely, I was pressing the right buttons like I knew the song at heart. When finished, Link's model was just red. A red Link shaped figure. The screen turned black. I was bleeding. After I cleaned up the blood, I got a call. It was the police, telling me my parents and little brother died in some incedent. "We heard some music, we will send you a link to what it sounds like on the computer. I cried and hung up. I then received the e-mail. I clicked the link. 

It was the same song I played in the game. A year later, I decided to play the game once more. I didn't delete Music, just didn't select it. B was now "BE" I selcted BE. I was now playing as Link's horse. The horse stared at me and neighed 72 times. Exactly the amount of hours in 3 days. The horse lit on fire and died. I was brought back to the main menu. BE was not BE anymore. It was BEN'S. 

BEN'S Music. My TV then broke. I couldn't turn it on. Every hour it would turn on by itself doing 3 things.

1. Being Grainy.

2. Showing a Link statue.

3. Either just laughing, or saying one of these 2 lines.

"You've met with a terrible fate, haven't you?"

"You shouldn't have done that..."

I moved to another state. Traveled to Hawaii with the game, TV, and N64 and burned it, moved back to the state it lived in when I bought the game. I went back to the same Gamestop, which was replaced with some kind of bar. I asked some guy there what happened to the Gamestop that used to be in this area. "Gamestop? There was never was a Gamestop here. I think there was, but it might've met a terrible fate." And everytime I ask about the Gamestop, people always say this very line at least once during the conversation.

"It think it met a terrible fate." 

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