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The Forest Of The Monster Essay

965 words - 4 pages

The forest of the Monster

One day, there was a man, walking through the woods to get back home. The man had quite a way to go to get back home but, it was getting late, and all he had was a flashlight, a small knife, and a video recorder. The man was hearing weirder and weirder noises as he was walking, he was also starting to see weird shapes in the distance, almost as if it was a tall thin man looking at him with tentacle like things coming out of his back, and spreading in the air.
The strange thing kept appearing as if he was real and the man was being watched, the man also strangely kept on getting this strange feeling that went down from his neck, through his spine. ...view middle of the document...

The man knew that if he doesn't get out of the woods in time, he might not see the light ever again.
The looked in through the screen of the camera and saw that the tape was doing all sorts of things it wasn’t suppose to be doing. He could barely even see what was happening right in front of him on the camera.
And then there was this noise, it was coming from the camera, and it was making this loud screeching sound. The further he walked and the darker it was, the louder the noise.
The man knew he had to be at least 15 minutes away from his house, but he also figured out that the figure in the distance was beginning to get closer. The man was getting very worried and was beginning to speed up his pace, and at this point he had his button on his sheath for his knife opened, this meant that he couldn’t run unless he wanted to lose his knife.
The man needed to go out of the woods, and get out fast, before his flashlight ran out of battery power, and it turned to complete darkness.
The figure started getting to close for comfort and it was making the man uncomfortable, he also started hearing noises from places like behind him and on his sides, the man figured that he was almost out of the woods and soon the figure would go away, but he was wrong…
The figure was ready and was able to hurt, damage, or even possibly kill! The man drew out his knife and put away his recorder, he was also ready...

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