Good work on a Twine interactive story - it's great to see so many being made for this jam! I like how this short story uses a really neat thing I've seen in Twine which is where links are used to expand and elaborate on the meaning of words integrated into the story. I think leaving the cause of what you've done ambiguous was a good way to leave the horror up to the interpretation of the reader. Thanks for contributing!
very short, just for a game jam (barely missed it)... might make it longer at some other time