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Rianne Summers fiddled around with the frequency dial on the car radio until she finally found a station

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Rianne Summers fiddled around with the frequency dial on the car radio until she finally found a station, then turned up the volume and began singing along with her three best friends. As they sang along to their favourite band, Rianne glanced out of the window at the tranquil Scottish hillside. She was supposed to be spending the weekend with her boyfriend, Kevin but the last thing she wanted was to spend the weekend watching rugby. So, when Kerry, Amy and Lisa invited her to go to Scotland with them she jumped at the chance knowing that she would be able to spend a quiet, relaxing weekend away from her busy home town of Basildon. "Someone pass me the map, I haven't got a clue where I'm going!" Rianne said to the others who seemed to have forgotten the fact that she'd never been to Scotland before either. "I think you take the next turning on the left." Amy West said looking at the map with a frown on her face. "Would help if you were looking at the right page." Kerry told her, snatching the map out of her hands and turning it to the right page. After about five minutes they'd found where they were and were heading along a narrow road in the direction of "The Moss Side B & B" where they would be spending the following four days. "I hope the landlady's not one of those nosy old cows who makes all her guests be in the house by 10, I've lived with one of those for 18 and a half years, the last thing I need is another one on my case." The others laughed at Lisa who was obviously referring to her mum. It didn't take the girls as long as they thought it would to reach the house yet when they finally arrived the first thing they did after parking the car was to get out and stretch their legs and sore bums, after seven hours of driving. ...read more.

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"But, it was so real! She was crying! How did I.....Where has......?" "Come on, Amy, we've got an early start!" "Pass me that guide, I think we took the wrong track." Rianne said to Lisa the next morning as they strolled along the small country lane. "Are you sure? I think it is this way." Amy muttered. "Trust me, I know this is the wrong way. Anyway, we can't listen to you, you're not exactly on top of things this morning after last night's ordeal!" Rianne teased Amy who went quiet. "So much for a peaceful, stress free holiday!" Lisa laughed. "No wonder she has so many cancellations, you're lucky if you get me to stay in that house one more night after what happened to poor Amy." After four hours they finally arrived back at the house and all four girls started to get ready to go out. "Kerry, have you got my pink top? I don't want to wear my white one in case I get any curry down it, oh and don't forget that we need to ask Rose for directions before we leave." "Aren't you wearing any make-up tonight, Rianne, it'll make a change if you do!" Lisa asked, as she was about to get into the shower. "No, I'll go as I am." "You might as well, I won't be ready for another hour or so!" Amy giggled as she collapsed onto the bed. "No, I think I'll just take a walk round the lake and see if it's ok for us to have a swim tomorrow." "There's not much point dimwit, it'll be dark!" Lisa laughed. Rianne sighed as she headed towards the door, "I know, but it'll pass the time." As she made her way down the stairs to the kitchen she wondered if there was much point going out, by the time they were ready she could have been there and back. ...read more.

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"Rianne.........No." Rianne Summers fiddled around with the frequency dial on the car radio until she finally found a station, then turned up the volume and began singing along with her three best friends. As they sang along to their favourite band, Rianne glanced out of the window at the tranquil Scottish hillside. She was supposed to be spending the weekend with her boyfriend, Kevin but the last thing she wanted was to spend the weekend watching rugby. So, when Kerry, Amy and Lisa invited her to go to Scotland with them she jumped at the chance knowing that she would be able to spend a quiet, relaxing weekend away from her busy home town of Basildon. "Someone pass me the map, I haven't got a clue where I'm going!" Rianne said to the others who seemed to have forgotten the fact that she'd never been to Scotland before either. "I think you take the next turning on the left." Amy West said looking at the map with a frown on her face. "Rianne............No........" Amy West screamed from he back seat. "What? Woah, calm down Amy! I was only doing twenty miles an hour and this road isn't that narrow, it's not as if we're going to go plunging down the side of the mountain!" Rianne Summers exclaimed, shocked at how loudly Amy had screamed. "She weren't talking to you Rianne." Kerry laughed at her friends. "You know what she's like with her dreams!" Amy rubbed her eyes, looking out of the window at the Scottish hillside. "I just had the worst dream!" She exclaimed. "That's nothing unusual!" Rianne laughed. "No, but this was really vivid, I felt like I was actually there. It was as if it really happened! I just pray to God that this b & b isn't as bad as it was in my dream." Amy told them seriously. "Well, did it look like that?" Kerry asked, laughing with the others. Amy turned to see the large house, set on wooden decks, with dark walls half hidden by masses of overgrown, tangled creepers. ...read more.

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