You're never really alone.
Aurorette Wilkins is a senior whose parents are going out of the country to visit Italy for three months on a business trip. That means that the kind, funny, though a bit party-rocker eighteen year old gets to do whatever she pleases. She had been left enough money to last her the three months, along with the help of her job. To Aurorette, everything seems perfect, until her father shuts the door behind him. That's when the paranormal activity starts to pick up.
Bumps in the night, waking up without a blanket, and the feeling of someone watching her while she sleeps starts getting to Aurorette. The thing is, though, she can't run away. She can't escape this ghost, as it is always with her. Paranoia seems to eat at her as the ghost tries harder to create contact with her, taking any form possible, ranging from human to animal to beast.
Not a name or a home,
He wanders alone.
Cold as the arrival of the winter's first frost,
We feel him inside,
And know we can't hide.
He is the creature only known as The Lost.
And wish as he might, it will never come true,
To be able to be never alone with you.