INITIAL STORY BY SHELLEY

I looked back to my Grandmother, and I was creeped out. I had a feeling in my gut that something was wrong. 1
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STORY #1 (3 tweets, 3 participants)

I looked back to my Grandmother, and I was creeped out. I had a feeling in my gut that something was wrong. 1 She was looking at me, her eyes were grey. She was not breathing. Then she started screaming. 2 Her jaws were parting, dislocating with cracking sounds, adjusting to fit the gargantuan effort of the voice. 3

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STORY #2 (3 tweets, 2 participants)

I looked back to my Grandmother, and I was creeped out. I had a feeling in my gut that something was wrong. 1 She looked the same, her voice was the same warm worn leather of before, but something wasn't right. It was her eyes I could see she was 1/2 Eyes. But what was our fate that she knew, but was unable to tell us? I felt the back of my neck chill. 3

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STORY #3 (3 tweets, 3 participants)

I looked back to my Grandmother, and I was creeped out. I had a feeling in my gut that something was wrong. 1 Her eyes, previously glimmering with humor and life, were filled with a smoldering malevolence. The warm blue that welcomed me cheerily, were now glacial pits of frozen abyss as her mouth began to slide into a rictus of rage. 2 I stood there in terror. My mind attempted to find some semblance of my kindly grandmother in the horrifying visage before me, but to no avail. A sudden intense pain in my head radiating to the back of my eyes broke me of my fear induced paralysis. I turned to flee. 3

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STORY #4 (3 tweets, 2 participants)

I looked back to my Grandmother, and I was creeped out. I had a feeling in my gut that something was wrong. 1 The donkey was missing from the painting she had created in 1946. 2She began twisting the painting in a strange pattern. 3

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