Alison forgets things.
When Alison moves into a boarding house, she has to accept a dare.
Unfortunately, her dare requires her to go into the dreaded room thirteen on the anniversary of Lily's death.
When Alison goes into room thirteen, alone and afraid, armed with only a Ouija Board, the dead girl gives her a riddle, which leads Alison on a journey to discover what really happened to Lily.
What dark secret is the girl in room thirteen hiding?
This story contains themes of threat, injury detail, and suicide.
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