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Ooooooo..... [May. 10th, 2009|11:57 am]
Sarah
One night, a girl’s parents left her and her dog alone at their house. They promised to be back later that night, but not to wait up for them. It might be a little late when they got home.

The girl, thinking this was nothing unusual (which is wasn’t) because her parents left her alone a lot called some friends on the phone and spent some time with her dog, which she loved very much.

Well, it got pretty late, so she went on to bed. Every once in a while though, she would stick her hand under her bed (where her dog slept) and get him to lick her hand just to let her know he was still there and she wasn’t completely alone.

It got later, and the girl couldn’t sleep well. She kept hearing strange noises, but then, she would stick her hand under her bed, and her dog would lick her hand and she thought everything was okay.

Well, finally the noises got more intense, and she decided to check it out. She followed the noises to her basement and when she did, she found her dog dead. Sad, mad, and very confused she ran back to her room. She knew her dog had just licked her hand, and she never heard him leave. Now what was going on here?

When she went back into her room she found written on her mirror, "Humans lick too"


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Comments:
From: x_mass
2009-05-11 10:55 am (UTC)
huh?
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[User Picture]From: sarahs_muse
2009-05-12 09:57 pm (UTC)
It doesn't have to be Halloween for spooky stories.
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[User Picture]From: becky44
2009-05-12 06:46 pm (UTC)
They're wonderful stories..... I like them!
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[User Picture]From: sarahs_muse
2009-05-12 09:58 pm (UTC)
Yeah!
Have you noticed that these are always scarier if you read them alone?
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[User Picture]From: becky44
2009-05-12 10:25 pm (UTC)
Definitely! You can visualise them rather (too) well!
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