⏤͟͟͞͞☆ VANCE'S CALL. ⏤͟͟͞͞☆

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    The Grabber walked down the stair's, with the young girl in his arms.

    Walking up to the stained mattress, he throws the girls body.

    Staring at her, with no emotion.

    Sighing, the Grabber say's

    "Jeez, Mary. For the first time ever, you got me feeling all panicked. Thought you were about to get away, for a second. Well, Nighty-night....naughty girl." Turning around, the Grabber walks away.

    "HEY! What was all that noise that I heard?!" The Grabber's brother Max yells, from upstairs.

    Groaning in annoyance, the Grabber yells

    "SAMSON WAS BARKING AT SOMETHING! Go back to bed!!" The Grabber shuts the door, walking away.

    Y/N was laying on the mattress, knocked out cold.

    Y/N was starting to grow even more worker, by each minute that passes by.

    At this rate, the chances of her escaping now....are pretty low.


    A bright light hits my face, causing me no choice but to wake up.

    Groaning, I sit up. Letting out a big yawn.

    I laid there, processing everything.

    It's morning....

    "Wait." It's morning....!

    Now fully being awake, the realization hits me.

    Jumping out of bed, I sit in front of my doll house.

    Looking up, I pick up my cross.

    "WHAT THE HECK?! Like, I mean, what the fuck." I yell, angry.

    "I've asked for your help, and than you give me these stupid clues that don't even mean anything! And now, I wake up with no dream at all?!" Looking down, I say

    "Like....seriously. WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU?!"

    "You let the Grabber take my sister, right?? And don't you DARE tell me that you don't get involved because, you've been giving me these Dreams." Staring at my doll house, I say

    "Unless....you're not even real." Hearing a knock, I see Finn walk inside.

    Noticing my expression, he say's

    "Hey, you alright??" Nodding, I say

    "Ya....I guess. Uhm, Finn?"

    "Ya, Gwen?"

    "Do you think you can walk to school without me, just for today?" I ask, playing with my finger's.

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