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The Visitor. I had never believed in superstition; people tried to persuade me into believing it with many frightening incidents and stories, but to me they were all just coincidences.

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I had never believed in superstition; people tried to persuade me into believing it with many frightening incidents and stories, but to me they were all just coincidences. They all were. As I walked through the school gates I saw students from the youngest to the oldest gripping onto a small piece of A5 paper with their eyes locked down. I glanced around trying to find the culprit who was handing them out, little did I know beneath me was a pile of paper scattered on the ground. I quickly crouched down and took one , carefully unfolding it to reveal a list; ' Things to avoid on Friday 13th * Black cats * Walking under ladders * Lemona ' Who created such a ridiculous list and who was Lemona? ...read more.

Middle

Digging further down into my bag, searching for my inhaler the cold frost from the bench pierced my pale and delicate skin. I quickly grabbed it and jerked away. The teacher finally blew the whistle and pair by pair the girls shivered there way out. They were all muttering to each other. Fortunately I caught a line they were saying 'Lemona's here Lemonas here!' A girl squeaked to her friend. Who was Lemona? I asked myself, once again as many questions spun around my mind. Each pair stood firmly with their shoulders back on the thick painted white line, as the teacher yelled the instructions over the howling wind. But she stopped half sentence... ...read more.

Conclusion

I stood up brushing them off, pretending there was no problem as I plastered a smile across my face. Things couldn't get any worse now could they? I thought miserably to my self. Abruptly Lemonas fierce hands threw the ball into my chest at an unrecognisable speed. Weightlessly I fell to the ground and my eyelids drew themselves down. Moments later my eyelids peeled themselves opened. Above me were many heads staring with their eyes wide and opened. I sat up. "Wheres Lemona?" I asked as I coughed. "Shes gone..." And that was the last we had seen of her. Many of the players were muttering to themselves about it being the third incident on Friday 13th. I reassured them that the date had nothing to do with the incident. ?? ?? ?? ?? The visitor ...read more.

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