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Topic: The Twisted Ones

"The Twisted Ones" is about an 18 year old female named Charlie trying to deal with her horrific past. As Charlie is in college/university, she decides to ignore her aunt, who has raised Charlie since the age of seven, and go back home to solve the murder mysteries of her family restaurant, Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, Charlie' worst nightmare. Ever since she was little, she and her twin brother Sammy would always play closet games in the restaurant when their father was working. Until one night the twins went into the same closet with their father working in the office with the doors closed, an animatronic shows and opens the door. At this, Charlie was horrified and panicked, not knowing what to do as it took Sammy and made him "disappear". As we know from a lot of fanfictions, we would say he was stuffed into the suit by the animatronic itself, but in this case, who knows what Scott Cawthon is trying to say to us within the book. I guess we'll find out soon, won't we?

Re: The Twisted Ones

Previously in the book of "The Twisted Ones". An 18-year-old female named Charlie tries, and still does, to deal with the horrific murder mysteries of her family restaurant "Freddy Fazbear's Pizza". As she does so, she goes back to university/college to get a robotics degree (not mentioned in the first paragraph, just found out). As we know what happened to Charlie' twin when she was little, we now discover a character, John. Charlie and John share the same past as these two are friends. Charlie has "reunited" with John and he claims to work with a construction company and is working in the town of Hurricane. As we learn more about Charlie and her past, we now discover she is from this town and that her father lives there. There has been a recent storm in this town and  Charlie discovers from John' knowledge that Charlie' father' house was one of the homes that were destroyed by the storm. What's next to come, I don't know, but we're about to find out, won't we?