I ran and I ran as fast as I could, Athena called my name Jack you are a chicken, come back I need you! As I ran away I went to a police station and which I told him everything as the chief replied she will be locked up for good. The next day on the news I saw here poster saying missing and charged with 5 accounts of murder. For two months I felt like something was watching me. Then I flipped on the tv the very night I was creeped out I saw an insane girl found dead. As I looked over my shoulder in the mirror next to the tv I saw Athena dead. Shouted dad. Ahhhh! I exclaimed, oh it was just a story Haden I promise my dad said calmingly. In that moment I realized it was not a story, it was true as I look at my dad's piercing blue eyes I saw Athena was my dad's sister.
As I sat in my bed cuddled up in my blacks with my father saying Goodnight. I sat up in bed watching TV hoping my dreams would not be nightmares that night.then something lulled me to sleep. Then I saw her routine Athena, which I stood there frozen in fear. ´´join me my darling´´ auntie smoothly told me. As she was standing behind her I saw a girl break free of her chains. As Auntie notices I saw her, she had a grin on her face ¨ take her but remember this¨ screamed auntie. Then I woke up to see my dad barging in asking what's the wrong ¨you was screaming are you ok” dad said worriedly. Before I could tell him his phone buzzed. It was the doctor saying Winne was cured. Good for her, but who is she?
´dad who is
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The carrier shakes as the flames lick its belly. My fingers grasp the lip of the door as the heat of the fire flushes my skin. My hands are the only things keeping me up and they’re quickly failing. The world is a blur of panic and exploding carriers.
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