DO NOT OPEN
Climbing in through the window, Jessica looked around, making sure the coast was clear. The derelict house, a victim of the sudden evacuation twenty years ago, abandoned and left to rot by the previous owners. The kitchen table still set for dinner all those nights ago.
Jessica was dressed all in black, her long hair tied in two braids going back just behind her ears. She entered the dilapidated living room and noticed the shiny oddly new looking urn on the fireplace mantle (or bookcase). Jessica read the inscription "DO NOT OPEN 1621 - ∞". "Somebody must have just left this here. I wonder what's inside.", exclimed Jessica. She opened the container and looked inside. "Bubble gum?", came her puzzled yet disapointed response. Jessica popped a few pieces in her mouth and placed the lid on the mantle next to the urn before continuing to look around the room.
As Jessica blew a big pink bubble with the gum, a bright light suddenly shined from within the urn and a howling wind kicked up, knocking Jessica onto the couch facing the urn. The bubble popped as she fell and she sucked the gum back into her mouth.
In the wind, Jessica could hear the wailing voice yelling, "I'm free, and with a few minor adjustments my dear, you'll make a fine host." The urn fell on it's side and the light beamed directly on Jessica's face. Jessica's eyes widened as she gazed into the light.
The light suddenly stopped and all was quiet. Jessica, still freaked out, shouted, "what the hell was that?"
"That, was only the beginning.." echoed a voice inside her head, "now let's get started with those adjustments?"
Jessica stood up grabbing her abdomen, a look of horror and pain upon her face as her butt began to swell to three times it's size.
Trying to scream, Jessica was shocked to see a large pink orb protruding from her mouth. Past the bubble, she saw her breasts growing larger and larger, straining the fabric of her outfit.
The expression on her face changed, Jessica calmly poked her bubble and sucked the gum back into her mouth. She walked over to the urn, picked it up, and looked inside. Jessica's voice eminated in an echo from the urn in a panicked tone, "Let me out of here!"
Jessica picked up the urn lid and speaking in the disembodied voice heard earlier, "Now dearie, you're just going to have to wait your turn like the rest of us for the next person to open the jar. Bye Bye."
Jessica's voice screamed as Jessica set the urn on the mantle and placed the top. Jessica's voice stopped, the moment the lid was in place.
Jessica turned and took a step away from the mantle, stopped, and turned back towards the urn. She reached out and turned the urn so the inscription faced forward. She turned and walked away.
Fade to black.