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He was sound asleep He was dreaming a pleasant dream when suddenly he knew he was in great danger He snapped awake alertly and looked around the small bedroom of the old eerie house Curtains of darkness eclipsed the gleaming moonlight outside his bedroom window only a small beam of light emitted from the black night He didnt know how he knew but he did Something bad was coming - something terribly evil For some reason his eye was drawn to a corner of the room his window On the other side of the wall was the dark night the boundless serenity tinted with unfamiliar trepidation Instinctively he knew that something was on the other side of the wall He watched it walk the length of his bedroom and felt it silently approach He sat in the bed hoping praying that it would go away that it would not realize he was awake and that he knew it was near He felt the shadow turn the corner of his room and knew somehow that it was right outside his full-length window A light flickered he saw something that made his heart beat faster - a flashlight shining against the dirty unpolished glass of his bedroom window Whoever whatever it was was checking to see if his window was closed He watched intently as the light danced on the windowsill then flashed over to the lock on the window It hovered and he knew that the nameless shadow could see the flimsy lock holding the window He hoped it would go away Suddenly the light went down to the windows track trying to see what it was that was blocking the window He sensed its frustration anger and hate The evil was overpowering and yet because the shades were down its face remained fearfully disguised unexposed The glow from its flashlight ascended towards the window lock he knew it was toying with the idea of cutting
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