“What do you think it does?” Wallace asked Ed.
“I don’t know,” Ed said thoughtfully, ” It’s odd, don’t you think? A dial in the middle of a metal desk? There has to be a purpose for it.”
“I’m sure it has a purpose. I’m not sure we should be the ones finding out what the purpose is. Rivers was a bit crazy. He was in intelligence in the army during WWII. My Grandma Milly always said he had claimed to have uncovered something world changing.” Wallace remarked.
“I didn’t know Canada had spies in WWII? But what I really want to understand what this dial does. Rivers died last May, and this desk in his old garage is the only furniture left in his entire home.”
“Fine!” Wallace said exasperated with Ed. He turned the dial on the desk fully around until in was in line with a red mark.
“Rivers probably thought his property would stay deserted. It was closed up the by health and safety shortly before he passed on,” Ed muttered, waiting for something to happen.
“Click! Click! Click!” The sounds were loud and ominous in the abandoned garage. The young men turned to each other eyes wide.The garage floor began to lower with Wallace and Ed standing on it.
Beneath the garage, was the most terrifying and fascinating thing, Wallace and Ed had ever seen.
“We can’t tell anyone about this,” Wallace said afterward shaken.
“Agreed,” said Ed, “We need to hide it better. This information could force the entire world to rebuild.
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