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It wasn't the first time Bernie had woken up in a stranger's house with a sore head but it had been a while, and the stench of rot, an eerie silence, and the bloody head wound were all new.
Struggling to remember the events leading up to her taking refuge under a stranger's bed, Bernie stumbles around, wounded and disoriented. With death and destruction everywhere, isolation becomes a monster all of its own. Forgotten events soon assault her mind, offering only snippets of information and nothing of use. Desperate, she seeks out the living. When she discovers other survivors, will Bernie remember the most important details of what happened to her in time to save them all, or are their fates irreversible?
*This is one of three stories set in the UK, which feature in Dread: A Horror Collection by S. Wharton.