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Strange noises near the window in the night

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By Emmanuel AndrewPublished 2 months ago 5 min read

The night was dark and quiet, the only sound coming from the distant howling of the wind. Jane lay in her bed, trying to fall asleep, but she couldn't shake the feeling of unease that had settled in her chest. She had heard strange noises coming from near the window in her room, but every time she got up to investigate, she found nothing out of the ordinary.

She tried to ignore the noises and focus on falling asleep, but they continued, growing louder and more persistent. The scratching and tapping on the windowpane was starting to drive her mad. She got up and cautiously approached the window, peering through the blinds to see if she could spot the source of the noise.

To her surprise, she saw a pair of glowing eyes staring back at her. She recoiled in shock, stumbling backwards and falling onto her bed. Her heart raced as she tried to make sense of what she had just seen.

Suddenly, the window shattered, and a figure lunged at her. She screamed, but the figure was upon her before she could move. She struggled, but it was too strong. Just as it was about to reach for her throat, it paused and let out a deep, guttural growl.

Jane was frozen with terror, unable to move or even scream. The figure lunged at her again, but this time, it didn't attack. Instead, it spoke in a language she didn't understand. At first, she thought it was some kind of animal, but as it continued to speak, she realized it was a language she had never heard before.

The figure then started to change, its fur receding and its features becoming more human-like. It was now a man, dressed in strange clothing and speaking in a language she could not understand. He seemed to be trying to communicate something to her.

Jane was confused but not scared anymore. She realized that this man was not trying to harm her. He was trying to tell her something. She listened carefully, trying to understand what he was saying.

He spoke of a world beyond this one, of a war that was raging, and of a powerful artifact that had the power to end it. He said that she was the only one who could find it, and that the fate of his world depended on her.

She was skeptical, but something about his words rang true. She knew she had to help this man and his people. She nodded, and he smiled, giving her a small crystal before disappearing.

Jane was left alone in her room, staring at the shattered window, and the crystal in her hand. She knew that her life would never be the same again. She had been chosen to save a world she didn't know existed.

From that day on, Jane began her journey to find the artifact that would save the man's world. She traveled to different places, facing many dangers, but she never gave up. Eventually, she found the artifact and brought it back to the man's world. With its power, they were able to end the war and bring peace to their land.

Jane returned to her world, but she knew she would never forget the strange noises that led her on this journey. She knew that she had a special destiny, and that she would always be ready to answer the call when it came.

As Jane settled back into her normal life, she couldn't shake the feeling that something was off. She couldn't put her finger on it, but she had the sense that she was being watched. She tried to brush it off as paranoia, but the feeling only grew stronger.

One night, as she lay in bed trying to sleep, she heard the familiar scratching and tapping on her window. She froze, her heart racing as she remembered the figure that had shattered her window and spoke of a war in another world.

She slowly got out of bed and approached the window, peering through the blinds. To her shock, she saw the same pair of glowing eyes staring back at her. She stumbled backwards, her mind racing.

Suddenly, the window shattered and the figure lunged at her. But this time, it didn't attack. Instead, it handed her a small, intricately carved box and spoke in the same language as before.

Jane didn't understand the words, but she knew what the figure was trying to tell her. Inside the box was the artifact she had found on her previous journey, the one that had brought peace to the other world.

The figure pointed to the box and then to the window, indicating that she should take it and leave. Jane didn't hesitate. She grabbed the box and climbed out the window, not looking back as she ran through the streets.

She knew she had to get as far away as possible. She didn't know why, but she had the sense that her life was in danger. She ran until she couldn't run anymore, finally collapsing in an alleyway.

As she lay there, catching her breath, she opened the box. Inside was a small, glowing orb that pulsed with energy. Jane knew that she had to keep it safe, no matter what.

She spent the next few days in hiding, trying to figure out what to do with the artifact. She knew she couldn't keep it with her forever, but she also couldn't let it fall into the wrong hands.

After much thought, she decided to take the artifact to a group of people she had met on her previous journey, people she knew would keep it safe and use it for good.

She set out on a new journey, this time with the artifact in tow. She faced many dangers and obstacles, but she never gave up. And in the end, she succeeded in delivering the artifact to the people who would keep it safe.

As she said her goodbyes and prepared to return to her own world, she couldn't help but feel a sense of sadness. She knew she would never see the artifact or the people she had met on her journey again. But she also knew that she had made a difference, and that was all that mattered.

From that day on, Jane lived her life with a sense of purpose. She knew that she had been called to do something greater than herself, and she would always be ready to answer that call. And even though she never heard the strange noises near her window again, she knew that they would always hold a special place in her heart.

The end

Note: This is a fiction story, but please be aware that violence, murder and ghost stories are not always suitable for everyone, some people might be affected by it.

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About the Creator

Emmanuel Andrew

"I am a blogger and researcher who loves to write content about adventurous experiences and knowledge to share with readers. With a passion for writing and a love of travel, I seek out fascinating new perspectives."

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