FFftAW #58 – The Missing Door

Photo provided by Uday with the blog Udayology. Thank you, Uday!

Photo provided by Uday with the blog Udayology. Thank you, Uday!

“I’m telling you, I was in here earlier, just before it closed, to get the old film I found developed. When the old man went into the back I saw an open safe loaded with cash.”

“Well, I don’t see anything here but a crumbling old stucco wall,” Eddie said. “Are you sure you weren’t drunk, Al?”

“You can see the sign plain as day.”

“Yeah, I can see the sign, but I sure don’t see any door.”

“I know a door was here,” Al said. “Let’s walk around to the back.”

But when they walked to the back, there was nothing there but a blank curved wall.

“Ahhh, you’re full of it, Al,” Eddie said. “I’m going to the bar and get drunk. You coming?”

“Might as well,” Al said with a sigh.

As they walked away, they didn’t notice two men watching. “I told you he was up to no good,” one said walking through the door that had re-appeared.


Written for Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers, a writing challenge of 100-175 words hosted by PricelessJoy.

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