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The Unknown Victim I was hiding in the grungy dumpster which was located in a dark deserted alley waiting for the men to leave I had been sitting there waiting for what seemed like eternity and my mouth had a dry thirst as if I had run a marathon As I sat there waiting I heard tiny little thuds on the top of the tin dumpster I immediately began to burrow myself in garbage but then I noticed the small thuds steadily growing louder as if it were raining This was the perfect setting to the perfect day not only was I stuck in a slimy dumpster with bloodthirsty killers less than five feet away but I was also stuck in a thunderstorm I was getting nauseous form the stench of the heap of garbage sacks that had spilt open causing their contents to spill The rain seemed to intensify the appalling smell of the filthy waste if that was possible Although the rain amplified the awful aroma it did however offer a sense of security The sheets of rain pounding on the tin dumpster allowed me to build up enough courage to investigate As I was trying to lean forward and get a better look my hands slipped on some moist slimy noodles that had to have been recently disposed of because they were still slightly warm This caused me to hit the side of the cold dumpster making a thud I was now shaking furiously hoping that the men had not heard me but I knew it was too late- I had been discovered I heard who seemed to be the boss order one of the men to go check and see what the cause of the noise was Just then a huge terrifying rat with red beady eyes and razor sharp teeth scurried across my soggy feet to the top of the dumpster making a keen high-pitched screeching noise I guess
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