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Every year, several reports of a particular kind of stranger surface in media outlets across the east coast. Each of these descriptions is always based between the hours of two and three o’clock in the morning. Take a walk at this time, and you may very well cross paths with one of these strangers. For the most part, they have a gait and physical stature much like any other person — they walk, talk, and behave just like you and I. Should you meet one of them on a midnight stroll, they’ll pause, and address you as though you were a friend. Despite their many similarities to most people, they differ in one major respect: they have solid black eyes, and are always sporting a nonchalant facial expression. As soon as eye contact is made, they freeze, and their seemingly unamused face will slowly spread into a much more sardonic one. They will simply stand and stare with a malign amusement as long as you are in sight.

When you return home, all will continue as normal. You’ll go to bed, and wake up the next day as if nothing ever happened. However, the next night, there will be a sparse knocking on the front door, just light enough to be heard. The following night, it’ll move to the windows, or the sides of the house. As the week drones on, the knocking will become more aggressive and frequent. If you call the police at any point, their investigations and searches will turn up nothing. Anyone who has disclosed one of these encounters has, at some point within the month following their respective sighting, vanished from their home in the middle of the night. Not a single one of them has ever been found. Several authority reports collected throughout this bizarre series of occurrences have consistently shown that the night before each individual's disappearance, they report that the strange noises they’d heard throughout the weeks prior had moved to the inside of their house.

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