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It is a warm humid night at a line of trees and bushes two hundred feet from the rear of a ranch style home a moving shadow blends into the surroundings landscape The shadow forms a low lying mist floating silently across the freshly cut lawn towards the rear of the home The mist slithers through the seam of the glass doors into a bedroom It is 3 AM and all is quiet The mist materializes into a human being named Peter carrying a Louisville Slugger baseball bat in his hands He stands quietly with sweat rolling down his face and armsMoonlight shining through the bedroom window shows wet drool on a sleeping babys lips The thick carpeting acts like noise suppressors absorbing any sound Peters shoes might make as he walks out of the babies room and across the living dining room area Peter makes his way to the parents bedroom As he enters the air conditioning has begun drying the sweat on his body At the bed Peter has a hard time controlling his actions Peter swings the bat across the fathers face spitting it open like a ripe watermelon Blood spatters everywhere The blood splatter hits and flows down the walls and surrounding area On the pillow the husbands smashed eyeballs ooze fluid over his pillow and sheets What once was a nose is now a crater filled with brain matter Some blood and brains have scattered across the bed and over the wifes face As he contemplates this his jaw and nose extend as his body turns into that of a jackal His mouth opens showing large pointy teeth with saliva flowing over his lips and falling to the carpet Peter walks to the other side of the bed as the wife groggily wakes up As she opens her eyes they form huge circles of fear A scream escapes her mouth as Peter lunges for her throat
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