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The uninvited guests. The moving truck slowed to a stop and Ethan and his dad soon moved boxes and boxes into each room. He went down stairs with his dad and that was the first time he saw the little door. His dad ignored it so he did too. That night since his bed wasn’t unpacked yet he laid out a sleeping bag in his parents room. So did his teenage brother Tony. Little did he know that the strange creaking he heard was the little door that “Wasn’t there”. At first he thought it was was his little sister Rosie trying to get water. But after about an hour he soon terrifyingly realized that his sister was in the room too.
He squeaked out a “Mom?” “What…” she said in an annoyed voice. “Never mind.” he replied “Well goodnight then and I was almost asleep too so next time if it can wait until the morning then please do so.” “Yeah Ethan can’t our hard working mom have some well deserved rest.” Tony sneered Ethan pulled his blanket up to his shoulders and eventually fell asleep. In the morning when Ethan’s family was eating breakfast he brought up the subject with his dad. “Hey dad did you notice any strange noises last night?” “No. Why did you ask” he said. “I couldn’t sleep because of some strange noises coming from down here.” Ethan responded. He always knew that he could trust his dad with things like this.
“Probably the basement.” he then stood up from the table and walked up the stairs. “Of course it came from the basement Ethan don’t you know.” his brother said in a quiet but fierce voice. “No I don’t.” he curiously responded. “Well in the 1950’s before we moved in a guy was down there. He was an old evil man. Doing science experiences on monkeys and kids exactly seven years old like you.” he took another drink of orange juice. “But one day his monkeys turned evil and he died. So to this day his evil soul never went to rest and he still haunts only kids and animals exactly seven years old.” “Sam is seven years old too.” he said more concerned about the dog’s safety than his own. His brother got up and walked out of the room. He was sitting there alone with Sam. “It won’t get us girl.” The dog looked up at him and then put his head back on her huge paws. “At least I hope so.” A few days later it was after dinner and he was with his dad in the garage while he was working on the family car. “Pass me the wrench” his father said “Okay” he passed him the wrench that was so rusty that it looked red. He threw the ball and Sam went to chase it. It was starting to get dark.
“Ethan go get that dog of yours”. “Okay.” he said. He called her name at least five times until she sprinting back. He figured that she probably got spooked by an animal. She walked inside and then that was it. He went to bed and she followed him. At about midnight he woke up. Hearing the noise...except it was louder. He rolled on his side. A few restless hours later he saw that it was 3am. The boy then put on his slippers and him and his dog walked down to the kitchen and then to the door to the basement. “Our plan is to go down there and board up the door” he whispered to her. He slowly turned the basement door’s cold dusty handle. He pulled it open slowly. It was a normal basement the little door closed immediately. Ethan was as quiet as a mouse going down the stairs, but Sam not so much. One terrifying step at a time. He was on the cold floor. He found a wood board and leaned it in front of the little door. It was finally sealed. It was 3:20 am when he checked his watch. He headed up the stairs with Sam. After that he had never been bothered again by whatever it was. The end
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