Hey bud, I missed you today at work. I am so tiered. Oh hold on.
WE ARE COMING FOR YOU
These pranks have got to stop.
I AM COMING FOR YOU! SO BEWARE OF TONIGHT.
Uhh! I have to throw out the trash before it gets too dark.
Watch OUT FOR US
Kylie Smith, is an excellent Junior at Eleanor Roosevelt College, also worked at a bakery shop down the street called Sprinkle Smiles.Kylie lived alone with a dog on Wall Street, which was hard for her because it was a very dangerous city and there were many homeless people there. She also didn’t like the homeless because she thought that they were disgusting and dangerous. She had moved away from her parents’ house in Texas a year ago in 2017 and had started to live in New York.
HELP! SOMEONE HELP !
BE QUIET. YOUR'RE COMING WITH ME. GET IN THE CAR.
She has had a frightening past; she was threatened to be killed or even kidnapped sometimes. This was always done around the time of Halloween. Random people and sometimes bullies would menace her. About a year ago, the teenagers at her school started to prank text each other with threats..
Don't worry, she will pay us 300,000 dollars by tomorrow if she wants to live.
Kylie goes out to throw out the trash and as she is returning, something spine chilling happens.
You better get out of here or else,
As Kylie walks to her house, she encountered a creepy man dressed in all black clothes with a black mask covering his whole face. Kylie saw him and continued to walk. He started to slowly follow her and he gently took out a bloody knife. Kylie saw him and started to run and shriek but he grabbed her and forced her into the car.
The kidnappers took Kylie to a secret and abandoned house. They tied her up to a chair and put tape over her mouth so she cant speak.
What should we do with her boss?
Suddenly someone in ragged, dirty clothes came out of a room and came down the stairs. Kylie immediately recognized him as a homeless person who used to live by her house. Then the man grabbed the two kidnappers, grabbed a gun and scared the two teenager kidnappers away. Afterwards Kylie was traumatized by the experience and she was very scared. As she calmed down she thanked the homeless man and she treated him to a nice warm meal. Kylie was then returned to her house safely and the two kidnappers never messed with anyone again. From that day on Kylie learned to not judge a book by its cover.