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Slowly trudging through the swampy field silhouetted by the moon, was the fifth victim of the Buttermilk Bluebeard

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Introduction

The Silo Strangler

Slowly trudging through the swampy field silhouetted by the moon, was the fifth victim of the Silo Strangler. He was 15 years old, 5ft 6 and was the usual teenager who thought that the world revolved around him and that nothing could hurt him. His father laid down the rules in his house and the one he, made a point of most was that Andy should not sneak out of his bedroom and night to go and drink with his friends. Not only was it illegal for him to be drinking, the Silo Strangler was lurking around and had already killed four people in the vicinity of the village. It was violating this rule that got Andy killed.

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Now he was in the field he could not run through it, he had to slowly walk, down the edge of the field, as there was corn on the cob growing in it so he had to take care not to stand on or trip over one of the corn plants. When he came to the end of this field he had could run through the next field then he had to walk through the woods to the other side of the village.

The woods were strange place, especially in the dark when everything seemed to change. Trees looked like people. Branches looked like arms and normal noises like and owls hooting, or

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Conclusion

He got up and started to saunter back to his house when he started to think of the Silo Strangler and that he could be the next person to be killed. His parents told him that he targeted teenage boys who were full of themselves he did not know whether that was true or just made up to scare him and stop him sneaking out at night. While he was daydreaming, he felt a sharp pain in his side, which stopped him daydreaming. He looked up and his heart sank. He had ripped his brand new top that cost his mum £100.00. By walking into a barbed wire fence.

By James

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