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Not An Ordinary Tale.

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Not An Ordinary Tale As darkness fell upon the Waterside Forest, loud, ear piercing howls flew through the night time sky. Silent winds chased themselves over the trees and through the deep valleys of the forest and out into the barren nothingness of the housing estates surrounding it. The air was filled with a nose shuddering smell of blood. Everyone knew what tonight was. It was the tenth anniversary of The Murder Massacre! Exactly ten years ago a dreadful event occurred in the small, deserted village of Valhalen. A psychotic killer roamed the countryside roads and had a mind to kill. A sick insane mind that had a lust to kill any human flesh that dared to walk in his path. It was unfortunate that a full busload of old age pensioners were on their way to the waterside forest. For them it was a scenic tour of the luxurious mountain and long winding rivers that the forest contained. ...read more.


'Bad idea Jason, remember we have that French test today,' said Charlie. 'Oh, I totally forgot about that,' stated Jason. The loud hissing and puffing noise of the bus echoed as it came out of the tunnel and round the corner. It came to a halt in front of the bus stop and the boys hopped on and slumped down into a seat. The bus started up and clambered up the hill and passed the gateway to the Waterside Forest, which contained an awful memory of a wicked event. 'What actually happened there in '93?' Charlie asked. 'My mum told me last night that there was a mass murder of over seventy people and it was done within the Waterside Forest,' said Jason. 'Oh my, what kind of sick, sad individual did it?' Charlie asked curiously. 'Well the killer never got......... What was that?' Jason inquired as the bus shook violently, made a high-pitched squeal and came to a stand still. ...read more.


The only thing he could do was to hide in the 'forbidden' forest until the killer gave up his search for Jason. He bolted down the footpath and heard the hissing of the bus doors opening as he reached the cobweb covered gateway of the forest. He pounded his trembling foot into the rusty old gate and it made a squeaky, shuddering noise as it pelted into the ground. Then all of a sudden a figure clothed in a red robe leaped out from behind the pillar of the entrance. Jason stopped dead in his tracks. They stared into each other's eyes for what seemed to be for an eternity. Then it all happened so fast. Jason saw a knife. A slash. His blood. A gun. A shot. Then DARKNESS... 'Jason, Jason,' someone called, 'Jason its time to get up for school.' Jason opened his eyes and saw his mum standing over his bed. 'Come on Jason, you're going to be late again.' He smiled to himself as him mum left the room and breathed a long sigh of relief as he realised it had all been one horrifying nightmare. ...read more.

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