Royce was a seven year old child when his parents took him to see some relatives for the first time. You may ask yourself why the young boy named Royce was taken to see his relatives at such an older age of childhood and why they hadn't taken him earlier in his youth. Initially they had taken him as a baby but soon as he was able to walk they realized that Royce was a one child wrecking crew. He was not a violent child by any means, he was merely destructive and extremely hyper. Young Royce always had the beaming look in his eyes that he was about to turn the world upside down. For whatever reason he liked to destroy things, so his parents took him to several doctors and child psychologists. Some of the doctors said that he would grow out of it while others said that he would become a danger to society and needed to be medicated through sedation.
At school Royce was handcuffed to his desk which resulted in his parents pulling him out of the classroom and schooling him at home. Royce's parents chose to let him grow out of his destructive phase and built him a playroom in the basement where he could destroy things as much as he liked. They called it the wrecking room.
But one night things were going to change for the young Royce in a life shattering way. Royce and his family had just completed a visit with their relatives and he had done a first class demolition job on their house. As they were leaving Royce's father opened the front door to the house and Royce bolted out to get to the car. It was dark and little did Royce know there was a car speeding down the street. Royce's father screamed out but it was too late. The car struck little Royce sending him flying twenty feet into the air. Miraculously Royce lived and after spending nearly a year in the hospital with multiple surgeries he was physically normal again.
Royce was almost nine years old upon his release from the hospital and his parents thought he would continue his lifestyle of being a human demolition, but this was not so as the opposite happened. Royce became very quiet and introverted and didn't want to leave the house and would go nowhere without his mother. During his teen years he started to use drugs and developed severe and crippling panic and anxiety disorders. By the age of 18 he had been in and out of drug rehab four times. His parents were at an impasse and did not know what to do. They no longer lectured him or sent him for help; they just let him be. By the age of 21, Royce looked like he was a middle aged man.
Then one night he said he was going out for a walk to clear his head and make some decisions. He has never been seen again.