Genre: Action, Adventure, Romance, and Supernatural
The light that hung from the ceiling slowly swished side to side ever so slightly. Its small creaks breaking the silence between the officer and I. The room was filled with what seemed like the scent of an old pot of brewed coffee. My mind flickered from our conversation and I spoke up. "Does it smell like coffee to you?" The officer was a bit confused by the question that come from my mouth. His face was a bit chubby with small brown stubs of hair on his chin. His voice spoke up, making the room seem like it was rumbling from the deepness of his tone. "We brewed some earlier." His silence afterwards was broken by the sound of a door slamming open. "Have you made any progress?" The man in a tall trench coat asked the officer, his tone assertive. The officer in front of me looked at him sadly. "Poor girl cannot remember a thing. She doesn't seem to be lying." The man standing at the doorway sighed heavily and took a step towards me. "We even ran tests but nothing came up" The officer continued, his voice becoming quieter. The trench coat was soaked with water, dripping on the floor. The storm that was just outside was a restless storm, not wishing to stop for anything. "Are you sure you do not remember anything?" The trench coat man asked me, his tone restless from what seemed like he had ran here. "No sir. I do not remember anything" My voice spoke up, my eyes slightly watering from the emotions that I felt. 'Who am I? What do they want from me?' my thoughts ran through my head. The man sighed once more and rested his head in his hands. "Officer, you may release her. We will continue the investigation of the accident later. This girl will be no help to us." The officer reached over and took hold of my arm gently. He led me through the halls of the Police Station and opened the front doors leading outside. He let me go and took in a deep breath, breathing in the fresh air of the storm. Lightning crackled in the air and lit the whole sky up, his eyes lighting up. "Sorry for all that trouble. That man was the head of the Police Station, the Chief of us all. He can be a bit pushy sometimes but you get used to him. Well..." He paused and looked down at me. "Take care of yourself now. If you remember anything about the accident then please, come visit us." He gave me a weak grin as I took my steps down the steps, the rain drenching me quickly.