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On a cold windy November morning in Lakewood Connecticut 1992 a group of high schoolers got let out of school early due to a fear of severe weather They were all juniors in High School and were extremely happy that they got let out before they took the biggest Exam in their High school careers The ACT It was very windy and there was no sight of the sunEarlier that day the entire town attended the funeral of old Mr Gamble the former principal of Lakewood Middle School He was a great guy that everyone loved This was a sad day in Lakewood and It seemed like everybody in the town was dead silent As the kids were walking down the streets to the pizza parlor where they usually hung out after school they stumbled across an old black homeless lady She was wearing rags looking very miserable She asked them Hey yall theres going to be storm tonight and I need a couple of dollars to get me filled up for the night Can yall help me They all plunged into their pockets in total they raised a total of 1687 between the 4 of them The lady was so happy and overwhelmed She said to them listen up yall United you can conquer even the biggest of challenges but divided you guys are nothing The group was happy and took that advice with heart As they were walking to them got bored and started to truth or dare It was a fun game and it was jacks turn He chose dare and they dared him to go in the abandoned Lakewood Middle school Jack started shaking and was cowering They started teasing him and he eventually went in As soon he stepped foot in the school the door shut closed Inside he was terrified He managed to get the door to open and ran out They were all laughing at him because
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