Nila and Ram were twins aged sixteen. For the last four years they both had moved into a hostel. But, over a period of time they felt terribly abandoned by their parents. Their hostel was close to an unfinished structure in a woodland that genuinely appeared to be a haunted house. There were too many trees, bushes, and plants in the area. Ram and Nila were a little more receptive to the idea of ghosts at night than they were during the day. They were most frightened about the thought of death. The unfinished building was the subject of numerous rumours. They were all forbidden from going there. However, Ram and Nila had planned a trip to that location. They intended to go to the eerie edifice at least once in their lives.
By 11pm at night, they decided to spend their time in the haunted building. Ram and Nila navigated the pitch-black woodland, holding a candle. The nocturnal chorus of insects was accompanied by the sound of rustling leaves. The abandoned structure appeared unsettling. It smelled musty and wet, as if the creatures over there were haunting it. Near the damaged steps, Ram and Nila noticed a light bulb. It is thought to have been glowing for over three decades. They became a little uneasy when they heard the red fox howling. In the woodland, there were lots of red foxes and the night orchestra for the red foxes was practically on. Nila felt something strange on her leg, and began to jump. Ram brought Nila away from that location while tightly holding her hand. They got alerted and felt it was the ideal time to flee. It took a while for them to run and rush into their room. It was precisely 2:00 AM. Nila detested living in a dorm. She began to have severe delusion and persistent depression. This is where she begins to exhibit symptoms of the walking corpse syndrome. One of the scariest psychological disorders. Imagine having the sensation that you have already passed away, that your internal organs are in chaos, and that your existence is ending. Patients with walking corpse syndrome describe how they feel in this way. She is one among them. Ram and Nila were unaware of what was happening. Ram supported Nila in every possible way he could because their lives were difficult and they had to continue working. They were made for one another. Nila sought counseling from psychologists to treat her syndrome, and she was successful. They swiftly finished school, enrolled in the course of their dreams, made good money, and found success in life.