The night all alone

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  • Mary heard footsteps, approaching her room. she had just moved into her house, and she knew something was off.  Her parents wanted to give her some alone time to get used to the house,and now, she was nervous that it could be her last day alive....
  • she smelled a horrible smell. It smelled like rotten bodies. She ran towards the windows to get some fresh air. While she was turned around, she heard the door creak. She turned around shivering, and THOUGHT that no one was there. She knew her house wasn't safe anymore 
  • Mary ran down into the basement. She heard pounding on the door. Hr plan was to wait it out, and wait for her mom to come home. But suddenly, she remembered her innocent little sister was asleep just up the stairs. She grabbed the hammer out of a toolbox, and was going to do her best to make an escape
  • Mary ran into her sister, Kendalls' room. She was crying and pointing at the closet, as if the person or thing that was in my room earlier was there. " Kendall, take this hammer, and hide" She ran out of the room. Now Mary had no weapon, and had to go in the closet. 
  • Mary slowly approached the closet doors. She was so scared to find what was beyond that door. She reluctantly opened the door. She felt a screeching pain in her stomach. she looked down to find a knife launched in her. There was a shadowy figure standing over her. With the littlest stength left, she pulled out the knife, and stabbed him in the face
  • A few hours later, Marys parents came home. They saw Kendall huddled in the bathroom with a tear stained face.  Kendall told her mom what had happened, and her mom raced upstairs to look for Mary. she found Mary in kendalls bedroom, bleeding out. " oh Mary, What happened !" " mom, look behind you" ...The End
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