The Watsons Go To Birmingham Alternate Ending

The Watsons Go To Birmingham Alternate Ending
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  • Oh man! Collier's Landing! Let's go!
  • C'mon Joey. If that dinkus wants to get snatched by the Wool Pooh let him. His fault!
  • No Kenny! You heard Grandma Sands!
  • Well whatever! Forget you! I'm going!
  • Byyyrron!!!!! Heelp!
  • Kenny! I'm coming!
  • Grandma Sands warned Kenny, Joey, and Byron of Collier's Landing and the Wool Pooh, and told them not to go there, but only two were listening. There were the 3 Watson children who stood at a sign with two arrows in different directions. The one to the left said "Public Swimming" and the one to the right said "WARNING! COLLIER'S LANDING!" Kenny said, "Oh man! Collier's Landing! Let's go!"
  • Joey he's gone! And I could've saved him but I couldn't! It's all my fault I shouldn't have let him go!
  • Noooooo! Kenny come back to us!
  • Joey tried to tell Kenny not to do it, but he wouldn't listen. Byron seemed okay with Kenny not listening and told Joey to let him go. Kenny started heading towards Collier's Landing and expected Kenny and Joey to stop him, but they didn't. He turned around started walking.
  • I'll miss you Kenny
  • My baby! I can't believe he's gone! He's gone!
  • As Kenny stepped into the water, he admired the beautiful blue waves. He started swimming, but then something terrible happened. It was the Wool Pool. It grabbed his ankle and pulled him under. He screamed for Byron and Mama. As Byron came running, the Wool Pooh took Kenny under one last time.
  • As Byron and Joey realized that Kenny was dead, they were filled with grief and sorrow. Byron had lots of guilt and thought he could have done more to save him. They cried and held each other while staring at Kenny's body on the shore. After they were able to pull themselves together, Byron carried him back to Grandma Sands house with Joey trailing not far behind. 
  • The Watson's attended their son/brother's funeral, and were filled with sorrow. Many people offered their condolences, and came to pay their respects, even if they didn't know him very well. Everyone cried and hugged each other, and tried to make everyone feel better.
  • The Watson's left Birmingham and made their way back to Flint, Michigan. They tried to live their lives like they did before, but they couldn't. The Watsons' lives would never be the same. Their lives could never go back to normal. They would just have to move on, still carrying on Kenneth Watson's legacy.
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