The Islanders Part 3: The Beginnging

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The islanders part 3: The Beginning.I jumped out of bed and started to run to the top deck. I saw a big group of people around someone, but I couldn't see who that someone was. I saw Sara hugging my sister. I ran over to them.."What happened?" I asked almost crying from relief. Sara turned to answer me, "I don't know, I just got here and I saw Samantha crying." I could see who everyone was staring at on the floor, it was Claire, she was wet and in her bathing suit. I turned to look at Samantha, she was also wet and in her bikini. I turned my sister around so that she was looking at me. "Sam tell me what happened, I can't help you unless you tell me." I was begging her to tell me."Please don't let Claire die, please!" she started crying again. I looked around, I saw Jennifer, Aaron, and Jimmy coming this way. Jennifer handed me a towel."Is she going to be okay?" Jimmy asked. "I think so, did you guys see what happened?" Jimmy shook his head. "Jennifer and I were getting something to drink, and Jimmy was watching TV." Claire finally sat up, she was breathing hard. "Come on, lets go to our room, I'll see you guys later." "Wait I want to come too." Sara started walking with us.I opened the door to our room, and took some clothes out for my sister. "Go take a shower, maybe that will help you to relax." she just stared at me blankly, and walked into the bathroom. I sat on my bed and let out a sigh.The captain's voice came in from the loud speaker. " One hour and a half until we reach the island." Sara was looking out the little window, "I hope she will be alright." "Hey Sara, how long have I been asleep?" "OH, um, I think about an hour or more. Why?" "I don't know, I think I had this weird dream, but I can't remember any of it."Samantha walked out of the bathroom. "Can someone braid my hair?" "Yeah sure, just come over here, and sit on the floor." I watched Sara braid my sister's hair. " So you feel like telling me what happened?" I asked her. She took a beep breath. "Claire and I were swimming, and I saw something." she paused. "what did you see?" I asked. "I saw someone. He... He, was swimming next to Claire, I told her someone was behind her, she turned around and...

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