Waves in the Lake

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Horror  |  House: Booksie Classic
Waves in the Lake is about a boy who can hear sounds coming from the woods, however no one else can hear them.

Submitted: May 02, 2017

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It was a Tuesday night at about 1 in the morning, it was warm out with an ever so slight breeze going by. Gregory was sitting on the front porch with his friend Benny, they were watching the stars go by, all of a sudden Gregory jumped up and soon followed Benny. Benny asked what was wrong, all the response that he got out of Gregory was a simple, yet rude, "Shhh!" Benny shut up and followed Greg. Greg walked as if he had heard something very faint, so he followed the noise as it lead it to the break of the forest. As he got closely and closely and start jogging and soon sprinting towards the sounds, Benny was shouting to, "wait up!" However Greg heard something, a v Roy desperate sounds, not a yelp, not a scream, but a very desperate sound. When Benny finally caught up with him Greg was standing at the edge of the forest staring at at something, almost as if he was locked in eyesight with something, or someone. Benny was scared and didn't know what to do. He starting pulling Greg's. All of a sudden Greg yell at the top of his lungs, "HES COMING FOR US, RUN!" Both boys started a full of sprint back to the house. When they finally got there, they stayed in Greg's room the rest of the night, awake, and scared out of their minds. When Benny asked who had been coming for us, Greg claimed how he didn't remember anything up till' the point he was running away from the woods. The following say, the boys went back down to look if they could see anything in ththe Brod daylight. Sure enough, they found Ben's Tacks, They Founds Greg's tracks, and then, there it was, staring back at them, a third set of tracks, but these, were those of a barefooted man, the feet were at least 17 inches long and 8 inches wide, the way they were paced, each one was about 6 feet apart from each other, suggesting he is about 12 feet tall, and fast. He easily could have caught them both. However, he didn't. The boys knew this too, but they didn't know why he didn't catch them. Then they realized, it was all a game for him, lore them in, and then chase them away. Though, what really sent shivers down there spines, was when Benny said, "He's just playing with his food."


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