I stole the boatman's phone on the way out. I had to knock the guy out to keep him from sounding an alarm, luckily for me I know a touch about phone technology and was able to disrupt, maybe even disable, the tracking system. I didn't plan to be seen but I'll give the guy credit he's got eyes like a hawk. Ha, ha.. I swam my way into the marina at about one in the morning, didn't figure on the sailor man staying up all night watching. He opened his mouth to yell and I clocked him with...something, I don't remember what I grabbed to be honest. Since he was out I grabbed his phone and the keys to the locks..I threw whatever I hit him with in the water. I grabbed a kayak and set out for the open water..a motorboat would have been nice, but noisy, and those run out of gasoline. Not to mention, hard to hide and hard to maneuver just anywhere. I had a plan of where to go but I still got lost for a while, nighttime is a bit disorienting with no map or compass and that weird as fuck fog drifting around. That Kay girl is right, it smells awful. This was nothing though, it dissipated soon enough. Nothing like that hell.I hope she's going to be okay~First person to wish me luck avoiding Slender after all. First person who hasn't wanted to kill me, too.
I haven't seen Him since I landed this morning. I am afraid to go to sleep...I think I might sleep in the boat. Whoever it was that says He doesn't really do water is right. Did I mention He watched me leave? Oh yeah, forgot about that. Slender was there at the shore shack too, but I didn't see Him until I pulled away. What a grim and terrifying send-off for a lone Runner.
Oh and before I forget. Morningstar. Eternity. Fuck off, both of you.