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In McKnight Malmars frightening story The Storm she weaves a violent storm and murder together to heighten the horrific fear that engulfs Janet Willsom The storm is a combination of mother nature Janets emotions and her The story begins with Janet Willsom coming home from a vacation seeing her sister who is very ill She has come back a week early hoping her husband Ben would be home so she could surprise him but hes not There is a very strong storm unfolding outside and Janet gets concerned with Bens whereabouts She wonders if he is still in the cityworking late There is a letter addressed to Ben on the table but she destroys it because she knows that this letter is probably no different from the others that have been sent to Throughout this suspenseful tale she is lonely in the isolated home far away from the busy urban city As the storm got worse she started to hear footsteps and she thought she saw a face at the window in the living room Was this ghostly face in the window her husband Realizing that maybe it was her imagination she went to the basement to The basement was damp and dark and there was a chill in the air because the basement door was wide open Janet wondered if the wind was so strong that it blew it open or if there was an intruder She grabbed the doorknob and closed it as hard as she could because the wind was so strong The fire wood was in the corner so she walked towards it All of a sudden she noticed that her old trunk was opened just a crack she walked to over to it and threw it open Lying in there was a body of a woman in a red dress with a mans diamond ring on her finger In terror Janet ran up the basement stairs locked the door and
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