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It was a cold, frosty Novembers morning and three friends were anticipating a breathtaking road trip. They were all undergraduates and desired a holiday before they start there first tortourous year of university!

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Journeys End It was a cold, frosty November's morning and three friends were anticipating a breathtaking road trip. They were all undergraduates and desired a holiday before they start there first tortourous year of university! It was quarter-past eleven in the morning and the three of them were seeing their parents before they left, little did they know it was the last time they would ever see their parents! They were all very close school friends, there were two boys and one girl, one of the boy's names was Tom. He was a typical student who just wanted to relax all the time. He persuaded Fred to go, a hard working student who was going to go to university and there was Fred's girlfriend, Rebecca. She was a young attractive teenager who loved thrills. They were all ready and prepared for the expedition of a lifetime; they were going to explore the whole of Britain in a car. ...read more.

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Luckily they all survived such a fatal and unexpected car crash, without any life threatening injuries. It was approaching two am and the freezing winds swept through the abandoned field relentlessly. Tom heard a truck he, began to sprint back to the road, Rebecca and Fred followed him he was waving his arms frantically to try and get a vehicle to pull over. The driver gradually slowed down and stared at the three teenagers. They pleaded with the driver and begged him to drop them off to the nearest town or city. The driver agreed they all climbed into his pickup truck. He looked very mysterious he was a man who looked in his mid fifty's; he had ripped clothes on a bushy moustache and a scar running through his head. He looked like a psychopath; although the three students did not think twice because it was the only chance they had of surviving through the night. ...read more.

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He was mentally unstable he ripped out Tom's intestines. Fred and Rebecca were vomiting uncontrollably because of the blood and the smell. He was laughing while he was ripping his intestines apart! He then walked up to Fred and slowly started to drill through his brain pausing occasionally. Fred was screaming, crying and panicking, but there was no one around to hear him suffering. He then mo `ved onto Rebecca and removed her heart; she could feel his hand ripping apart her ribcage to get to her heart. She was still alive when he removed her heart and she could see it in front of her beating away!!! The police arrived at the disastrous crime scene two weeks later the rats and insects were all over the bodies, it was described as a human slaughter house by the crime scene investigation team, there were blood stains all over the floor and their decaying bodies and organs were all covered in bacteria and fungi. There was a nine millimetre whole in Fred's head! ?? ?? ?? ?? Mohammed Moneeb English course work Miss Hayre ...read more.

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