A strange night

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  • Why is the lights turn on and off all the time?
  • Yes, why not?.
  • I don't know but I'm so bored, can I relate you a story?
  • One day I was camping with my friends and we were drinking a few pints of beer and talking about the week and the work, when my friend Justin went to the tent. After a long time we saw that he didn't come back and thought that he had slept and continued drinking. at night another friend, Michael,decided to go and get his blanket...
  • Cause they did't come back, we decided to go to sleep because it was late. In the tent they weren't there... we were confused started to call them but nobody replied. I took a lamp and went to looking for them. The forest was so big and we got lost. We were scared because i was very late.
  • In the way we found something horrible!! It was liters of blood and next to this the body of Justin. We ran fast and only we listened noise of a train, we tried to came it. After that we found the body of michael. David started to cry and stopped. I told him that didn't have to stop that we needed to run and leave their place. He couldn't continue running, I decided to go for help and come back for him. I didn't find any person, I saw the train. It stopped near the place, I ran back for David but my surprise I saw something horrible! I Saw how someone killed him!
  • Iwas scared and I screamed but I shouldn't do it because that person heard me and followed me. I was so tired and this moment I felt a knife in my back but I didn't stop, I ran and entered at the train but he was behind me.
  • But I fell, and he...Hit my back, I felt a cold in my body. Until I Woke up in this place, next to you....
  • END...!!
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