The mystery of the book in a glass box

The mystery of the book in a glass box

A man walks into a bookstore and sees a particular notebook behind a counter that’s locked in a glass box:

He asks the cashier what book that is and the cashier says he doesn't know and needs to get confirmation from the manager.

Moments later, a tall, slender man with pale skin walks up to him claiming to be the manager. He tells the man that the book is actually a sacred relic which was uncovered during an expedition of some old ruins and that it is priced at £1000 so as to purposely ward off potential buyers.

The man insists wants to buy the book although the manager warns him otherwise.

At last, he agrees to sell him the book, but he warns the man of a curse that will befall him if the last page of the book were to ever be opened.

The man agrees and pays the £1000 then leaves with the book.

When he got home, he decides to leave the book opened on the table of his apartment while he goes and washes up.

When he is done, he sees the pages of the book turning towards the end at a fast speed, and he realised he had forgotten to close the windows.
He rushed over to the book in an attempt to close it, but it was too late. When the book flipped to the last page, he saw a sight that shocked him!

'Fixed price: £3' 🀣