White Day: A Labyrinth Named School – The Impassable Bridge (Ghost Stories) Location Guide

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One of the many collectibles that players can find within White Day: A Labyrinth Named School are the Ghost Stories.

Ghost Stories are note type collectibles that mention past events regarding the school. They also come as part of the Occult Club President trophy achievement.

One of these Ghost Stories is The Impassable Bridge Ghost Story. In order to find this one we will need to find Eye-Testing Lenses and find various symbols in order to open a locked safe.

The Impassable Bridge relates to the Fox Spirit (The Invisible Voice)

LOCATING THE EYE-TESTING LENSES

EYE-TESTING LENS: Eye-Testing Lens (Left)
LOCATION: Main Building 2 – Student Department Office
GUIDE: We can find this eye-testing lens inside the Student Department Office, where it can be found on the chair next to the lockers.

EYE-TESTING LENS: Eye-Testing Lens (Right)
LOCATION: New Building – Music Appreciation Room
GUIDE: This one is in the Music Appreciation Room, where it can be found on the floor in the corner of the room.

FINDING THE SYMBOLS

LOCATION: Main Building 2 – Nurse’s Office
GUIDE: Head to the Nurse’s Office and use the glasses in here to view the test chart. This test chart should give us the symbols and numbers we need to solve the safe and get the ghost story.

UNLOCKING THE SAFE

LOCATION: New Building – Chairman’s Office
GUIDE: Head to the Chairman’s Office on the 1F New Building. In here locate the locked safe or drawer.

The code to open it is what we discovered back with the test chart. If you are still confused then be sure to check out the pictures above.

Once you have the safe drawer open then we will be able to acquire The Impassable Bridge document.

THE IMPASSABLE BRIDGE

Although it was early in the morning, the whole school was filled with an uneasy buzz. Cheol-min, a student, was found unconscious in the hallway.

This particular hallway was the passageway between the Main Building and the New building, and it was rarely used. It was built with an interesting design that puzzled all those who set eyes on it.

Its purpose was to be a bridge that connects one building to another, but it was shaped like a tunnel with florescent lighting but not one window. This made it seem creepy even during the daytime.

What’s more, getting to the other building wasn’t a straight path but instead twisted and turned. All of that combined made less and less students use the walkway, and the less people that used it, the more creepy the rumors about it became.

One rumor said that while walking down the passageway, which felt like walking in cave, there were sounds of foot steps either behind you or coming from the front but either way you’d never see anyone there.

Another rumor said that if you enter this hallway in the middle of the night, you will never get to the other building but instead get lost in a labyrinth of corridors until the break of dawn.

The night before the accident took place, Cheol-min told his friends that he didn’t believe in such a bogus story. Being teenagers, they dared Cheol-min to his prove himself.

So, Cheol-min and his friends came to school in the middle of the night. The test Cheol-min was given seemed simple. He only had to go through the passageway, get to the other building and bring back an object from a classroom.

Cheol-min wasted no time beginning this easy venture and quickly opened the door to the passageway. He disappeared into the darkness and the door shut behind him.

When Cheol-min was alone, he realized it was scarier than he had imagined. The passageway was without a single window, and all he could see were the small patches of light like islands in a pitch black sea.

Cheol-min shivered and began to regret making this bet with his friends. When the sound of his footsteps echoed loudly in the empty hallway, it felt like something from the darkness would come running out at him at any second.

Cheol-min gathered together what courage he had left and started walking as fast as he could. That’s when something passed by him and lightly brushed his neck, making a metallic sound.
His hair stood on end. He felt like something was right behind him. Was he hearing things? He thought he also heard faint laughter. Cheol-min, clenching his teeth, bravely turned around.

Nothing was there except a completely empty hallway and darkness. Cheol-min, who had been scared to death, was a bit relieved.

Until right at that moment he heard a whisper: “What are you doing here?” Terrified, Cheol-min ran as fast as he could, screaming. It didn’t matter how fast or how far he ran. He would never be able to make it to the building on the other side.

At last, Cheol-min suffered a panic attack and was knocked into unconsciousness. His friends, after waiting for a long time, all returned home.

Everyone was worried for Cheol-min, yet no one suggested going to look for him. So, that’s how Cheol-min was found laying unconscious in the passageway the next day.

From that day on, the students have called this passageway “the impassable bridge” or the labyrinth.


SEE ALSO

White Day: A Labyrinth Named School – Other Guides

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