INITIAL STORY BY SHELLEY

I glanced at him and gave him a knowing smile, then i threw a huge butterfly at him. He ran off, and I climbed down the wall down to 1his floor and looked around. There was nothing but a half blank wall with a light switch and a bear that was ripped apart. 2
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STORY #1 (22 tweets, 4 participants)

I glanced at him and gave him a knowing smile, then i threw a huge butterfly at him. He ran off, and I climbed down the wall down to 1his floor and looked around. There was nothing but a half blank wall with a light switch and a bear that was ripped apart. 2 The toys of my youth strown about, someone's in this house. 3The closet on the other side of the door was open. I started to think about what I would do, then anger levels coursed 4through me, and I could feel the adrenaline shooting throughout my chest. I stepped back again. I could hear something still coming from 5the closet. 6 As I turn the handle, heart in my throat, I hear the low pitch growl I remember from long ago.7 The monster with yellow eyes and sharp teeth. 8I heard it move through the hallway. Only this time there was nothing but darkness. I was afraid, and I could feel it. 9 I opened the window and escaped outside but I couldn't recognize where I was. It was dark moonless night and a sea of silence. Suddenly 11 Heard someone calling me from woods. I saw an old lady waving at me, asking me to come closer. As I walk, I see her smirk 12ing. She says 'Welcome to the wind, I am ready for your time and I will be your friend.' 13 It was a witch.. it was a witch hiding in the woods. But she wants to be *friends* with me? Something more sinister was going on. 14 I stepped back and said " I don't want to be your friend". The smile faded away from her face and anger flushed in. The wind started to 15 Pick up and she growled at me. I ran and heard her screaming at me "you have to pay for what you did". Suddenly I noticed 16the scream of a woman and blood pouring out of my mouth. I looked up the woods to see a little girl sitting in the corner 17 She looked up and I saw her eyes red and face twisted. She lifted her hand and pointed her finger at me. "You, you, you" she kept on 19 Repeating. I didn't know what to do. I felt the world closing in. She started to run towards me still pointing at me 20and she started slithering up my waist. I fell to the ground and she grabbed my arm and pulled me down. I was shouting 21and screaming but no one could hear me. 22

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STORY #2 (8 tweets, 2 participants)

I glanced at him and gave him a knowing smile, then i threw a huge butterfly at him. He ran off, and I climbed down the wall down to 1his floor and looked around. There was nothing but a half blank wall with a light switch and a bear that was ripped apart. 2 The bear looked like it had been there for days, it's entrails splattered all over the floor. 3I stood there for a moment, staring at the bear, while the light from the street lamp had already come on. 4 From the corner of my eye, I could see the huge butterfly I'd thrown earlier, it's wings were in pieces. The blank wall cast a gloomy 5 effect upon the sight. Then I saw him, smiling malevolently, his mouth dripping with butterfly blood, as he lunged at me. 6Before I could say anything his eyes blinked out, and the blinding eyes of the beast started to glisten and split open in a sharp 7pool of red. 8

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STORY #3 (7 tweets, 3 participants)

I glanced at him and gave him a knowing smile, then i threw a huge butterfly at him. He ran off, and I climbed down the wall down to 1his floor and looked around. There was nothing but a half blank wall with a light switch and a bear that was ripped apart. 2 Then I hide under the sheets 3and then I rolled over and started to listen. I heard the sound of metal clanging and something touching the wall. I felt 4something soft and shift, and I felt something touch me. 5 I looked under the sheets to see what it was: it was the bear, with a huge grin on its half ripped face. It was holding a knife. 6 Then, suddenly, its huge body fell upon me. It was motionless, like a puppet. But still warm. Then I saw what killed it. 7

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