Mom Bought Me A Doll

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A liitle girl named Annie did a good deed. Now her mother is rewarding her with a new doll, but she didn't listen to what the salesman had to say about it.

Submitted: September 29, 2013

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 In a small town, there was a small house, that held a family of four. In that town, there was also a store that sold toys, mostly dolls. A little girl named Annie, and her mother where on their way to get a toy because the daughter did a really good deed, she stopped a fight from breaking out at school. And also because the mom wanted to spend her last day with her daughter before she went to Los Vegas for three days. Once they got there, and got out of the car, they went up to the cashier. Annie was looking for a doll, and she spotted it. It looked like it had pajamas on that were blue, white, green, and red. All of the colors were mostly her favorite colors. “Mom, I want this one,” said Annie, pleading her mom for the doll. As the mom bought it, the cashier rushed to tell the mom, "That doll has been returned about four times. I wouldn't buy it if I were you." The mom bought it anyway.

Annie and the mom both drove home at about nine sharp. Annie was as happy as can be. When they got out of the car and went inside, they went to sleep. At about ten o'clock at night, Annie woke up. Then she went back to sleep. Then in her dreams she heard a voice talking. It said, "Four to go."

In the morning, her mom went to Los Vegas. Annie said she'd be waiting here with her doll when she gets back. Annie's father, was watching the news as Annie was asking to get water. Her dad went up to get some water in the kitchen, which was on the other side of the house. On the news, it said that there had been a car crash, and that someone had been killed. It viewed up on the victim of the crash that so happened to be their mother. She didn't want to tell her father because she didn't want to make him sad. After all, she wouldn’t be expected home for another three days. 

Later that night, Annie slept with her doll. Again she heard the voice, but the words were different. "One down, three to go," the voice said. Annie woke up as frightened as can be.

In the morning still frightened, and awake, she told her dad. He said that there's nothing to worry about. He also said that he has to go to the bank to deposit some money. So, he told her older sister Lia to watch Annie while he was gone. Right after he left, Annie turned on the news. An hour had gone by, and the news came on again after a commercial break. Then it said that a break in has been done at a local bank and the robbers carried guns and killed five people. It described the victims and showed what their picture was on their license. One of them was her dad. Very sad she went crying to her room and locked the door.

Lia kept on thinking that there was major traffic on the way home and that's why their dad was late. Annie went to sleep and herd the voice, once again. "Two done, two to go," it said. She got really afraid, and slept under all the pillows and blankets she saw on her bed. Sense she was under all those things, she wasn't able to hear the racket and the loud penetrating scream that was down the stairs.

The morning came and went very slowly, as if the world had stopped moving for hours. Then the night crawled out. The darkest night Annie ever saw. Awake the whole time, she then heard the voice, "Three is down, three is dead, so now you know that your life is..."The door slowly opened. Annie wanted to hug her doll, but she remembered she left it downstairs with the Lia. Annie slowly turned her head to see what was standing in the door way. Annie was trapped in the dark, in the corner of her room, but the light seeping in on the other side, standing in the doorway, there stood the doll with a gleaming look and a smile. There was something different about her though. There, in her hand, was a large, bloody, butcher knife. Annie screamed and screamed as the doll came slowly walking towards her. The doll crawled on top of her bed and sat in her lap. "I love you, but you have Four people in your family. As long as I live with one person, who loves nothing, but me, no one will," sadly moaned the doll, looking at her knife twisting, and turning on her lap, making her p-jays blood-stained red. Still scared, Annie answered," Will what." The doll turned to her and looked in her eyes with sadness, but soon they turned into angered, blood red eyes. "Die." The doll stabbed the girl again and again. Annie screamed, but then stopped like nothing had happened.

Neighbors didn’t know where they were. The kids were absent at school for weeks. The neighbors soon started to realize that they were gone. They didn’t bother calling the police because they thought that maybe they all went to Los Vegas and stayed there for a long time. So no one went by the house. Finally their next door neighbor called the police.

The next day, the police were at the house, trying to investigate what had happened a week before. One of the police, that had children and a wife, went inside. They found Lia, and Annie, but sitting next to Annie, there lay the doll. The doll had no blood stains or marks what so ever. There was no knife. "My children would love a new present. They'll sleep with it and cherish it like if it were their own," said the police man as he picked it up and brought it home, not knowing the fate that will soon befall on him and his precious family.


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