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Chapter 21 - The Dream.
I walked up to the medium sized house, stopping just in front of the front door. The house looked strangely familiar but I just can't place where I have seen it before. My gut instinct was sreaming at me to turn around and never come back, but the curiosity was getting the better side of me.
I don't know why I'm here, or why my legs carried me here, but I guess I'm about to find out.
The night was chilly and I had to cling onto my jacket to keep me somewhat warm. The whole scene looked like something out of a horror movie and I was the helpless victim. Looking around, I noticed there were no other houses. Not one. There were no tree's, the supposed-to-be grass, was nothing but muddy dirt. There seemed to be no street lights and only one long road that looked like it never ends. One way in, one way out.
That's what I was. The scene looks so familiar. It's right on the tip of my tongue but my mind won't place it for me. My body was trembling to the point where I could barely stand, my knees buckling furociously.
Taking a deep breath I lifted a hand and placed it around the door knob. Twisting, I pushed the door open, not at all surprised the door wasn't locked. Why would it be? Something, Someone, was waiting for me.
I stepped inside, closing the door behind me, wincing as it creaked, the sound echoing through the empty, dark house. My spine was tingling and I think I was a second away from hypervenalating. My nerves were getting the best of me.
"Hello?" I called out into the silence.
As soon as the word left me mouth, I could here the distant sounds of screaming and sobbing and what sounded like a lot of skin on skin contact. The screams were ear piercing, the sobs heartbreaking. I almost broke down right there, but I held myself together.
My feet, seeming to have a mind of their own, carried me up the steps. I didn't seem in control of my actions anymore and that was scaring me. If it were me, I would not be here. I would have ran the second I saw the house.
But this wasn't me. It can't be me. I was a rational person, not one to usually think on impulse. I usually thought things through but right now, whoever was in control of my body, was not being rational.
Finally reaching the top of the stairs, I pause. The screams were louder now and I now know where they are coming from.
There's only one door and it's at the very end of the hall. Under the door, a light shone through, indicating that there was someone in there waiting, but who?
The walls were lined with pictures of a man, whom I could not see the face of. It was like he was blurred, like he wasn't there, but yet he was. I stopped, straining my eyes to get a good look at this stranger but I couldn't.
Giving up, I continued to walk down the hall. A sudden cold chill swept by me, making me shiver . It was as if someone had just ran past me, but looking back there was nothing but a wall. The stairs weren't even there anymore.
It suddenly got silent, too silent.
Suddenly terrified, I began walking faster. But no matter how fast I walked, I could feel the eyes of all the pictures watching me, staring, glaring even. No matter how fast I walked, it seemed like I would never reach the door with the light underneath.
After what felt like eternity, I was paused in front of the door. My adrenaline was pumping. I could hear the blood rushing through my ears, pumping through my veins.
|Tinashe Kachingwe||as Destiny Munroe|
|Breaunna Womack||as Janay Hamilton|
|Prodigy of Mindless Behaivor||as Craig Johnson|
|Roc Royal of Mindless Behavior||as Trey Young|
|Megan Good||as Ashley Garret|
|Terry Crews||as John Johnson|
|Tequan Richmond||as Tequan Richmond|