Adolescence is a time of great turmoil and change, when young people are most vulnerable to forces from the other side.
During this stretch, truth is often found between the lines rather than being committed to the page. This is a time when one reveals secrets to a single, trusted friend: a diary.
One young teenager, the protagonist of this tale, held a more terrible secret than most. Flip through the pages of his journal, and study the materials that accompany it. There is a dark truth to be found. Be careful, though, for without the necessary precautions, a darkness may also find you.
During his first trip away from home, one young boy starts writing in a journal to document this new phase in his life. While exploring a city steeped in history, he finds and keeps a strange metallic amulet. Shortly after, he begins experiencing terrifying blackouts and exhibiting violent behaviour.
Has the boy descended into madness or or has something older and darker taken root within him?
Secrets are hiding between the lines of his journal and in seemingly unrelated documents: a photograph, a missing poster, a postcard from an unknown place, and of course, the strange amulet that started it all.
The Weeping Book is a story of possession, darkness, and murder. It is not suitable for young audiences or those with a sensitive constitution.
- Uncooperative wooden crate
- The boy’s handwritten journal: It tells his story and hides a secret code
- Metal amulet: A strange artifact used in conjunction with the journal
- Various documents surrounding the story in the journal