Walking home from the movies I see a narrow short-cut/path. This path looked very terrifying. My friends, Jorja, Te-Rina, Caroline, Vanessa, including myself, had just finished watching Paranormal 4. It was a pretty scary movie.
We stepped on the path and we thought to ourself, "this isn't bad after all ". As we walked I felt very funny. It didn't really feel like a normal short-cut. It felt like a cemetery. And do you know what lives in a cemetery......dead people.
"Did you guys hear that," I say to my friends. "What?" They reply. " I think we standing on some-one's body," I say in a terrified voice. "Don't be silly. Were walking on a path not a dead person," Jorja says to me. " I was sure that we were standing on a person.
I could hear a crackle kind of thing when ever we walked. When ever I told my friends what I could hear they never trust me. As we were heading toward the ending of the path a gate shut before we could even take another step. I knew at that very moment that this was what I thought it was.
"What did I tell you... this is a grave," I say to my friends. "We are so sorry for doubting you," Vanessa says in a frightened voice.
Just like that all their pieces of their body came out. First the arms then the legs, and then......the head. It was the scariest thing that had ever to me.
We tried looking for a way out but all gates were closed. I thought to myself, 'why did I have to come late at night '. It was almost sun rise and I still haven't got home. My friends and I were surrounded by old moving bones that rose from the dead in the middle of the night. I was 95% close to sleeping on a grave yard. As I start to close my eyes, I start to the sun coming out of the dark shadows. I opened my eyes like as if my eyes looked like big fishy bulgy eyes, and told Jorja to whisper to every one to keep their eyes opened because the sun was coming up.
At that very moment, when the sun rose, the moving bones slowly collapsed into their normal dead selves.
"Finally we can go home. We should never ever come back through this short cut ever again," I say. " We should always go the long way," My friends say as we start to walk home.