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The Journey Home - He actually came and sat down next to her. He pulled a flat, tea stained envelope out of his pocket. He placed it gently on her right leg, not worrying about what she thought about him or the envelope.

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The last journey home Georgina was waiting at Leicester train station. It was past midnight and her mum was going to be furious. Her train should be here in a few minutes though. The platform was deserted, apart from litter blowing along in the wind. Then the lights turned off and the train was still no where to be seen. Empty cans and crisps packets scattered around the abandoned train station like rats. Georgina felt something staring at the back of her neck. Their eyes embedded into her neck. She turned round as fast as she could, but there was nothing. No one was there. Georgina looked around the train station suspiciously but nothing. Why not? ...read more.

Middle

Until ... He actually came and sat down next to her. He pulled a flat, tea stained envelope out of his pocket. He placed it gently on her right leg, not worrying about what she thought about him or the envelope. Slowly but surely the man got up from his seat. Took a step and looked back at Georgina. Stared for a few moments. Then went. Georgina felt freaked out and disturbed. The train was beginning to slow down. Are we here? Georgina thought. But it was a tunnel. A dark dreary tunnel. With nobody else in sight Georgina felt more alone than ever. She looked around again to see if the strange man was still there. ...read more.

Conclusion

They were pictures. But not just any ordinary pictures. They were of Georgina through out her life. Some were when she about 2, some when she was about 6, and some when she was 13. But how had that man got her pictures? Had he been stalking her all her life? Maybe he knew her mum or dad or he might be a long lost relative. But still, how would he know her? Why would he randomly give her these pictures? The train in full swing started to approach another tunnel. Darker and more fear-provoking than the one before. Looking for the man Georgina found tears streaming down her pale white cheeks that looked like snow. She closed her eyes for a few moments, images running through her disturbed mind. All she could witness was the man. A knife. Right there touching her throat. Georgina opened one eye and... Georgina Moorley ...read more.

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