I gasped at the strength of Hyde's grip, the unamused sarcasm leaving my face. "Erik!" I shrieked, before realizing he had departed.
He has every right to know Miss A retorted mentally.
I scowled at my friend, knowing exactly what she'd say next.
And you had no right to be up there.
I sighed in irritation, "Fine," I growled, "You're a mystery, Edward Hyde, you disappear without explanation, you're never around when the doctor is present."
I pointed to the bedroom door across the room, "When you first went in there, the doctor came out. However, you never did. I poked inside and felt the bed, no one had slept in it, there was no sign the doctor was ever there! Or of how you left the room."
Hyde drew back a bit, relinquishing his grip on my arm enough for me to pull free, "Even now, the doctor is gone, and somehow . . . you came from this direction to leave. How could you when there are no rooms you could have been in? No way you could have left the bedroom, no doors, no passages! It's almost as if . . ."
I bit my lip, unwilling to finish the sentence, As if you never existed.