Ashley, I dare you to go into the house alone and I'll wait for you out here. I'll give you fifty dollars if you make it back out.
Alright fine, but I better get my fifty dollars.
What am I going to buy with my fifty dollars?
I smell human!
It was around the end of November, two teenagers decided to go traveling to the abandoned house through the forest. When arriving Ben, Ashley's boyfriend, gets too scared to actually go in the house, he decides to make Ashley go in by herself.
I must defend myself against this beast. What can I find?
Get away you beast! I said back away.
After entering the house, Ashley finds a staircase that leads to what seems like a basement. she shoves her hands in her jacket, the cold piercing her skin and her breath flowing through the air. As she went lower, slow, heavy breathing sounded through the cave, a huge black creature slept in the back.
Ashley's presence awakened the creature and lunged toward Ashley, longing for a meal Cerberus chased her into a tunnel. Short, wheezing screams jumped out of Ashley, she ran with all her might. What seemed like hours but only seconds later does Ashley find the dark heaven of the end of the tunnel. But the hunt isn't over yet.
Ashley continues to run, steamy breath of Cerberus rushing down her spine, Almost tripping Ashley jumps and ducks under the fallen trees, the tension growing as Cerberus makes an attempt to grab her neck, ripping the back of her jacket. The night grows colder, Ashley is losing herself.
They arrive at a graveyard, practically collapsing Ashley grabs a shovel knowing what she has to do, she faces the creature. Red beady eyes stare through her, foam and spit flow out of Cerberus's mouth growling, wanting, and longing to kill her. Ashley stares back in rage, she ready's her weapon in a ready-to-kill stance.
Ashley stabbed the beast in the stomach, after the beast died Ashley dropped to her knees, as she bawled her eyes out. As her body began to calm itself, she rubbed the watery streaks from her face,red and hot, and struggled to get to her feet. Her body laden with exhaustion, one by one her feet dragged heavily across the frozen field.