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a very scary story that won't let you sleep

By kira bekPublished 3 months ago 3 min read
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My spine tingled as the wind whispered through the tangled trees, bringing with it an unearthly chill. The moon was obscured by a thick cloud, making it difficult to see the lonely road ahead. My footfall resounded in the eerie quiet as I struggled up the deserted route.

There was an overwhelming blackness throughout the night that appeared to engulf any signs of life. Through the silence, I heard the melancholic howl of a lone wolf in the distance. There was a heavy cloud of gloom in the air, entwining its icy tendrils around my senses.

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The shadows swirled about the edges of my eyesight, tricking my thoughts as I moved. I picked up my speed, eager to get out of this stuffy environment. The road wound through the center of the ghostly woodland, seemingly never ending like a ribbon of asphalt.

In the distance, a crumbling home with shattered windows that resembled empty eyes gazing into the abyss was visible. The ragged drapes let in moonlight, which created spectral patterns on the walls. Though I was hesitant, I persisted because I felt compelled to investigate the abandoned house by an unseen power.

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With a shiver down my spine, the front door creaked open to reveal a darkened foyer. My weak flashlight beam sliced through the darkness like a dagger as I scrambled to find one. The smell of something much darker and decaying permeated the dense air inside.

Disembodied sounds that seemed to leak from the walls themselves were heard in the halls like whispers. The steps creaked beneath my weight as I approached the huge staircase, my heart hammering in my chest. It seemed as though the house itself was breathing evil and getting colder by the second.

I was drawn in by a flickering candle in a long-abandoned room, its weak flame creating strange shadows on the flaking wallpaper. A face that was not mine was reflected in an ancient, broken mirror, and dust particles swirled in the air like ghostly spirits. There was a palpable vibe in the room, a menacing aura that made my skin crawl.

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Abruptly, the eerie corridors were filled with the sound of a child's giggling, which had an unusually lovely quality. I pivoted, seeking the origin, my torch quivering in my quivering grip. The laughs became closer and louder until they encircled me like a melancholic song.

I saw the ghostly shape of a small girl in the faint light, her eyes vacant and blank. Her voice was a ghostly whisper that made my heart race, and she beckoned me with ethereal fingers. My illumination was suddenly destroyed by a blast of wind, leaving me in complete darkness.

Fear took hold of me as I felt hands beyond my garments drag me down into the chasm. The sound of the child's laughing became a symphony of the damned, resonating throughout the mansion like a chorus of anguished cries. I staggered into the darkness, trying desperately to break free from the grasp of the shadowy beings that I could not see.

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I was about to be completely engulfed by the darkness when I suddenly burst through the front door, struggling to breathe in the crisp night air. Behind me, the mansion stood motionless and ominous. I was left alone on the lonely road as the wind blew away the sounds of the agonizing moans.

The heavy darkness started to fade as I left the haunting home. The moon rose above the clouds, illuminating the way ahead with a soft glow. The woodland appeared to lose its hold on reality, having previously been a place of nightmares.

However, the ghosts of that night continued to reverberate, serving as a terrifying reminder that certain tragedies are best left in the past and forgotten.

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