River in China turns Blood Red Overnight

The water in a river in Xinmeizhou village in eastern China’s Zhejiang province turned red overnight, baffling the locals and causing Supernatural survivalists all over the world to flock to the site of this conundrum.

The quote ‘Blood River’ appeared in the Zhejiang
province between the hours of midnight and 5 AM.

Supernaturalilist  Ken Aryion had this to say about the blood river. “We believe the site to be a sort of portal to the underworld,” He stated to my interns. “We will be travelling down the river, to see if this is a correct theory.” 

My interns and I highly recommend against this. While it is not a portal to the underworld, no one knows exactly what this is. Theories go anywhere from ‘Food Coloring’ to ‘A curse placed upon the river’. Luckily, I am here to help you survive this river.

REAPERS TIPS FOR THE BLOOD RIVER:

  1. Just stay away from it. Don’t go swimming, don’t fish in it, don’t even take a shower. The River is potentially deadly to those who get wet.
  2. Don’t drink from it. In case we, here at The Reapers Tips are incorrect about the ‘Portal to the underworld’ thing, like we were with the portal to the underworld in Russia, then you should most definitely avoid drinking the tap water and water from the river itself. If you have ever heard of the demigod Tantalus, you would know that any food or drink you consume in the underworld, is cursed. Now, I’m not saying you should not drink at all until this clears up, I’m just saying drink bottled water. 
  3. Report strange activity. If you see a fish jump out of the water but is quite clearly a skeleton, then you should report it to the government or myself. 

Happy Birthday to a Demigod

Happy birthday to my good friend Janus, who has survived another year. You know him as the god of choices, doorways, and wonderland. He has been a great help to me, and everyone on Seth on Survival. Mr. Hatter sir, I salute you. 

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