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THE WITCHES COVE It was a dark foggy night Nothing was stirring not even a bat As I walked down the dark street to my friends house I saw the old broken-down tattered Nelson mansion As I passed the spooky old house it seemed like a silence fell over the little town of Hallowville A bone-chilling wave of cold passed through me as I noticed there was a single light burning in the attic of the abandoned house As my eyes were glued to the glowing attic window a dark figure passed by the dirty cracked window I shivered and begain to walk faster Suddenly a ghose-like figure jumped from the bushes and clamped an icy hand over my trembling mouth The deformed figure roughly began dragging my body paralyzed with fear through the wet grass and mud towards the old house When we reached the front porch the old wooden stairs squeaked under us and I detected a bitter stench coming from beneath the broken planks of wood As the front door was pushed open it creaked on the rusty hinges and I immediately heard moaning voices coming from inside As my limp body was dragged down a hallway a musty smell seeped into my nostrils Suddenly I was dropped on the floor and found myself alone in the dark I cautiously got to my feet tested out my wobbling legs and started to inch down the long dark passage Suddenly a screeching creature appeared in the air from nowhere wrapped itself around my face and bared its sharp fangs at my terrified eyes I threw it off and ran blindly down the corridor In the darkness I did not see the wall that I plunged into face first As I leaned against the wall it began to turn taking me with it into the darkness A chilly breeze passed over me and I shivered in the cold As my eyes adapted
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