Could this get more creepier in "The Taking"?

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Molly and Neals house

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Tuesday, June 15, 2010

As I am driving through the San Bernadino Mountains on my way to Black Lake, I caught a glimpse of a coyote running alongside the road. It is raining and my radio station in the car turned to static.  I pull into Molly and Neal's place and knock on the door.  Molly answers the door and grabs my arm and pulls me in.  She proceeds to tell me what has happened in the last couple of days.  Molly tells me that one night she and Neal were sleeping.  She woke up to the rain hitting the roof.  She cannot sleep so she goes downstairs to work on her novel she is writing.  She looks out the window and notices that the rain looks shiny, sort of funny and almost icy.  She was startled by movement on the porch.  There she saw coyotes standing on the porch.  Something in the back of her mind made her open the door to the porch and step outside.  The coyotes just glanced at her and did nothing.  They were looking towards the woods like something had frightened them.  They moved back and forth along the porch and brushed up against Molly.  Then they fled from the porch.  She held hand out in the rain and pulled it back and smelled it.  The rain had a strange smell to it.  She went inside and washed her hand.  Just as she was done she heard a scream from upstairs.   She picked up the phone to call 911 but there was not a dial tone.  She went to the knife drawer and pulled out a knife…..
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stephscott
stephscott on

Yikes! That IS creepy! Are you reading this book before bed? :)

Make sure you focus these blogs on your experiences, your feelings, and your perspectives. I can show you some good examples.

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