Jill and a couple of her friends went out camping. The woods were filled with large and grand oak trees. The warm, red and orange fire lit up the night, along with the large full moon.
Her two friends, Jim and Aiden are basically two foils. They are always there for each other and are never apart.
After singing with such euphony voices, the wind blew cold air. Then they started flashbacks and shared all these awesome camping memories. Katy remembered this story that fell under the genre, horror.
There was this creature that lived in the caves of the very woods the group of friends where camping. It was a combination of the Jersey devil and el chupacabra. In other words, scary and dangerous.
Outside his cave are bones and one can hear his cacophony screams as the wind howls through the wind. Since he is half chupacabra, he ties in with the Latin-American myths and tales that relate to their culture. To paraphase, it is an allusion to the culture of Latin-America
At the night through the screeching sounds of the monster, it is believed the it was once human. However after cheating death and killing innocent lives, he took the shape of the monster he became, and calls out to his old soul through star filled nights.
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