Imagine a wooded area with branches broken along a beaten path. A small creek separating the safety of our world to the perils of the new, unsearched one. A bone the size of a femur lay along the path. And maybe some other human bones scattered around. Which is strange because no murders have been reported in the past year.
Once a popular meeting spot among UMBC students, now a dangerous grounds for arrest. Students have been caught trespassing in a land referred to as Narnia.
There have been many complaints from the natives that dwell in Narnia. The Great Lion named Aslan has been heard numerous times yelling, “Hey you kids, get off my lawn.” His voice shakes with great fervor. He really wants these “punk-ass kids” to get out of his lands. Aslan swears he had always been a gentle and wise lion, but the sudden increase in UMBC students has been driving him crazy. Neither campus nor Narnia police have been actively on duty. He lives on the top of Pride Rock, but isn’t afraid to leave his home to go hunting for trespassers. Be on the lookout for this great lion and try not to get mauled.
There are rumors of popular hangout spots called “banana-land” and “trash hut”, but only remnants of each remain today. Snippets of banana graffiti lay scattered on the walls. And where a hut once stood majestically is now a literal pile of trash. The glory of this “Narnia” is slowly fading away as more police have been sighted in the brush and quietly wait to capture the elusive students. Aslan, on his rock, can be heard sighing: “Finally. Shit is getting done.”
Campus police had been having a hard time figuring out how to get in and out of Narnia. Recently they were tipped that the entrance may be in one of the dorms, after having thought they were in the Apartment complexes. They have stationed officers outside what seems to be a chifferobe in Susquehanna Hall. Try to avoid the North wing on the second floor to not arouse suspicion. For all those who dare enter or exit, beware. Also, say hi to Prince Caspian for me. I’m a big fan.