My friend identifies his hallucinations by looking through the camera on his phone, as they disappear on the screen.

It dawned on me when he took out his phone mid conversation, held it up to my face, and walked away without saying another word. I knew something was wrong. He had been acting strange lately, but this was something else entirely.

I followed him, keeping a safe distance as he walked down the street. He stopped every few steps, turning his phone around as if he was looking for something. It was then that I noticed a faint silhouette of a person in the background of the phone’s camera, but it would quickly disappear as soon as he moved.

At first, I thought it was a trick of the light, but it soon became clear that he was seeing things that weren’t there. He was having hallucinations. I wanted to help him, but I was too scared to approach him.

He eventually stopped walking and stood in front of a large building with a strange symbol engraved in its door. He then turned and looked directly at me, as if he knew I was following him. His face was twisted in terror, and I could see the fear in his eyes.

He quickly turned away and ran inside. I followed, but when I got to the door, it was locked. I could hear him screaming inside, and I knew he was in trouble. I called the police, but by the time they arrived, it was too late.

My friend had been taken away to a mental institution, and I never saw him again. I still don’t know what he saw through his phone’s camera, but I will never forget the look of terror on his face.

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