The story of an Upper Middle-class family gone wrong by the annual purge. What will happen next?
Weapons of Class 4 and lower have been authorized for use during the Purge. All other weapons are restricted.
Government officials of ranking 10 have been granted immunity from the Purge and shall not be harmed.
Emergency Broadcast System
This is your emergency broadcast system announcing the commencement of the first annual purge sanctioned by the U.S government.
This is not a test.
Blessed be our New Founding Fathers and America, a nation reborn.
Police, fire, and emergency medical services will be unavailable until 7 AM, when the Purge concludes.
Commencing at the siren, any and all crime, including murder, will be legal for 4 continuous days.
Emergency Broadcast System
May God be with you all.
My family was panicking. My youngest daughter was crying while my oldest was confused.
Sirens could be heard from outside and my family dashed into the basement. While running we heard gunshots outside and heard our neighbors protesting. I thought this couldn't be real.
Armory, security cameras, infirmary, mud room: to the left
Living room, game room, washroom, laundry room: up the stairs
Kitchen, pantry, dining room: to the right
To the current owners of this house,
This account was written by Allen Becker in Winter of 1941. The war is getting worst and President Roosevelt just allowed the U.S to join the war. More and more my family fears homeland bombing. I couldn't join the war as I was confined to the wheelchair. I ordered an interior designer to design the inside of this hideaway which includes weapons from class 6 and lower, an infirmary, and more rooms containing necessities.
Since we just moved we didn't have time to decorate the basement. I heard a glass window break and someone pounding on the basement door. So we tried to barricade the door with the bookcase. But for some reason it wouldn't budge.
But that is when Cora pulled out a book called "Escape" out of the bookshelf. The bookcase revealed a set of stairs. I guess putting her in a criminology camp was a good idea. We left with the book with us.
"There's also an update from his grandson," says Cora. My husband interrupts her, "I don't think we have time for that as of right now," as he talks the strangers bang on the basement door louder. "We should check the cameras first," I said. "Great idea, let's go."
Bedchambers, library, loft, washrooms: top floor
"LOOK WHAT THEY DID TO MY ROOM!" Cora yells. We hear the basement door burst open and some yelling. We left the window open so we tricked them to think we went outside. "Let's go explore this place."