A haunted building

My friend Janie and I went to stay overnight in this old closed down hospital that’s supposedly haunted. Janie is really into stuff like that and she’s always trying to get me to go on ghost hunts and haunted tours and things like that with her. I am the world’s biggest skeptic, though, and so I also try to get out of it. This was the first time that I ever went to one of these so-called haunted places before. Joanie had already paid for the night and then the person she was going to go with got sick, so she begged me to go with her. I finally relented and said I would go. I was prepared to get the creeps and maybe to even see some ghostly activity but that wasn’t what happened at all. The worst thing that happened to us there was having to breathe in all of the terrible smells and the awful air quality. Let’s just say that dusty old hospitals don’t exactly have the greatest air quality in the world. Not to mention the fact that the outside temperatures were really cold and they didn’t have a working heating system inside the building! I also kept thinking that there might be ghosts or monsters lurking around in the old creepy heating vents and air ducts there in the ceiling and in the floors. So it really wasn’t a fun night at all. I told Janie that the next time she tried to trick me into going on one of these silly things with her, I was going to pack my little kerosene heater and also take my portable A/C system with me.

A/C equipment