First, a quick overview of the story so far: Before the story begins, the MC dressed up in a weird costume, armed herself with a sword and killed two people. Then she was caught, thrown in prison and later moved to a mental institution. The story starts with her sitting in the same mental institution six months later, talking to the doctor about the chance of being released. (or at least being transfered into a more open institution.) But before that can happen, the doctor asks her to tell what really happened back then when she killed someone. The MC starts to tell an absurd story about a secret world, a guardian (Cara) that's half human and half... something else (we're talking yellow eyes, sharp teeth, claws, small horns, feral features in her face etc) and a cyborg-version of Annie Oakley (famous western-woman who worked with Buffalo Bill and became the first American female superstar.) So for the problem. I'm closing in on the end of the first part (of two). The flashback will lead up to the MC killing those two people and being arrested, and the present day part will end with her finishing her story. But after that? I can think of two ways to end everything. 1. The doctor don't believe her and locks her up. The second half of the story focuses on the guardian and cyborg. They consider helping the MC, but decide it's better to keep her locked up. Both of them have spent their entire lives doing whatever it takes to keep the knowledge of the other world hidden. If the MC is locked up in the mental institution, who is going to believe her story? 2. The doctor do believe her (after getting proof that she's telling the truth) and sends her to a more open institution. She will spend some time here before making a run for it and escaping (early in part two). The guardian and cyborg are very much real and will help her stay hidden. In the end, she introduce the doctor to the guardian and cyborg, forcing him to admit she is sane and release her. Which one do you prefer? And why?