When Abby woke up of her last day of high school, she was beyond excited. She immediately called her mom. Abby's mom was in Paris, and Abby would be flying to join her mom after school.
After school, Abby finished some of her last minute packing. She was just about to walk out the door when she realized she had forgotten her pepper spray. Abby's mom never let her leave the house without it. Then she went outside and got in her Uber
After a couple minutes in the car, Abby realized that she had made a terrible mistake. The driver was taking some weird route, and he had taken her phone. He wouldn't let her speak, and Abby was starting to wonder if she would make it out of the car alive.
Eventually the car needed gas. Abby knew this was her only chance to escape. She managed to find her phone and her pepper spray. She saw the driver coming back to the car, so she jumped out sprayed allover his face, hoping she would hit his eyes. Than she ran.
Abby called the police, and ended up in the Springfield Police Department. This was 90 miles away from her hometown of Boston, MA. Abby's mom was called, and was scheduled to be back home the next day.
Then all Abby saw was darkness. She felt cold, but she was relieved that all of that was a dream. Abby put up her hands and hit something. She felt all around her, and all she felt was walls. Then, she came to the bone chilling realization that she was in a coffin. Maybe it wasn't a dream.