Nearly a hundred years ago there was an abandoned farmhouse that sat in the middle of a field. This farmhouse was not surrounded by trees which subjected the farmhouse to the abuses of the harsh prairie winds and storms. The doors of the large farmhouse opened and slammed shut at will because the locks and hinges had rusted off long ago. From nearly a mile away one could hear the wind slamming the doors shut and the squeaking of the rusted hinges. Many rumors persisted as to who had lived in the farmhouse nearly a century ago. The most common of these rumors was that there was a elderly couple that had lived there and they were found dead after being murdered in a break and enter in the early 1920s. The house has been empty ever since. But since that time several people have been found dead in the house under very suspicious circumstances. These deaths were not deemed to be of a murderous nature, but for whatever reason when these people had entered the farmhouse they never made it out. In all cases the autopsies revealed that the victims had suffocated to death but none of them had any marks of strangulation or struggle.
After this string of deaths the farmhouse was considered haunted and off limits to the public. The county decided not to knock the farmhouse down as a priest had advised them that as long as the farmhouse stood then the ghosts would remain inside, but if one was to knock down the farmhouse it could anger the ghosts which might cause them to inact revenge on humans, so because of this the farmhouse stood.
Then one night a older man who was in the twilight of his life decided to see what the farmhouse was really about. He made his way across the field and approached the house with a certain amount of trepidation. The farmhouse was much bigger than he had expected as it ominously loomed atop a hill which gave the small house an imposing quality. Through the fields he stepped and then he stopped about one hundred feet away and noticed that all of the doors were open but at random intervals the doors would shutter which greatly unnerved him. He stood on the fringe of the farmhouse and hesitated for a second and then entered inside.
Every door and shutter window on the farmhouse was open. The wind howled strange whispers as it blew through the open windows and doors. He listened intently to the winds but could not understand what they were saying.Then one by one the doors and windows started to close. He moved as quickly as he could to find an open window or door but everytime he got there it slammed in his face. Soon all the exits were sealed shut and a suction effect took place around the farmhouse making it impossible to open any of the doors and windows. The wind still could be heard whispering strange words to the old man through the cracks of the farmhouse. Slowly the farmhouse became suffocated from the air and the old man fell to his knees clutching his chest for air. But none would come as the howling winds through the cracks kept whispering in his ears the same word over and over. Finally as he took his last breath the winds words that came through the cracks became audible and the wind howled, "D-E-A-T-H..."