Monday, September 28, 2009

Damn Dolls (Continued)

The flashlight died, and she realised she did not have a life like manican in the corner of the room......

Her face froze, she felt her face burning up, she had a sharp pain in her stomach and had the shakes. The figure moved closer to her, and as it did this, the moonlight beaming through the gap's in the blinds, made the creatures eyes light up, as if it had murder in it's eyes.

She wasn't sure to scream or not, then she thought maybe it's a dream, and how sometimes when you have an extremely horrific dream, you scream but nothing comes out ? She thought this was just a dream, so she didn't make a sound....

At 7:20, her mother walks in to wake her up for another day at school. She sees her daughter's blood sprayed over the walls, blood dripping from the ceiling, and seeing blood soaked white bed sheets.

It was not a dream.


  1. So does the mum get it as well?

    last line is a classic

  2. I'm waiting!

    I'd like to make a request:

    a) please use mannequin
    b) please make up a cool back story as to what a manican is and why she may have thought there was one in the corner.

    Heh, extras. I was looking for a spelling quote and found this one: "A kiss can be a comma, a question mark, or an exclamation point. That's the basic spelling that every woman ought to know." Mistinguett


    "Never trust a man who can only spell a word one way."--Mark Twain

    I think I'm disproving my own argument with those quotes...

    Your friendly neighbourhood spelling V creativity conflicted guy