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Creative writing - The Warehouse.

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Jessica Scales Hinde House School Sheffield 36592 The Warehouse It was silent as if a murder hung in the air. The only noise was the creaking of the burnt metal of the caravan, wafting in the breeze. I froze; the image of what had happened the night before freaked me out. It had been burgled in the night then torched. Who knows if any one was in there asleep, dreaming their last dream. I froze again; maybe I should stay in tonight. No I couldn't be a wimp I had to go. I carried on; mist started settling at my feet. I squinted trying to see. The cold wind bit at the bare flesh of my nose and face. I jolted around; I heard a faint ghostly like scream. I was positive I did. I caught up speed thinking that something was following me. I began jogging, almost running. ...read more.


I guess she was a very unlucky girl. I had to stop thinking like this. I was creeping myself out. I gathered up speed just wanting to be inside, to be with my friends. I seemed to be looking around and to peer across my shoulder, too scared to turn around and look to see who or .........what was following me. Eventually I arrived. I panted for breath I glanced at my watch 10:15 pm. I woke up from my daydream that I had on the way here, well that can't be right. I shook my head vigorously, shaking the evil and terrifying images out of my mind, forgetting everything I had thought about. I looked intently. Focusing on the digits was proving to be a difficult task. I blinked continuously. Finally I could see the digits 10:03. I walked into the abandoned warehouse. The doors were broken. ...read more.


I began scanning each dark corner thinking they were hiding in the shadows of the warehouse. I pulled a crate up and slowly lowered myself down. I began feeling uneasy a sense of terror filled my mind. BANG!! I jumped 20 feet leaving my body and colour behind me. The door slammed open shattering the one glass panel that was left. Maria walked in; I only saw her expressionless, white, pale face. It read blank, sallow as if a spectre had entered her ..................then left, not leaving a trace. She edged herself over toward me. Glancing over her shoulders every 2 seconds, as if she was been followed or watched, exactly how I felt all the way here. She pulled up a crate and sat rather quickly. She stared at me. All was silent in the gloom of the warehouse. We sat in the silence and darkness of the warehouse.Eventully to my relief the silence was broken by Maria. "So how long have you been here for? Where's everyone else?" she whispered cautiously edged slightly closer as if someone was listening.....watching....waiting. ...read more.

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