5 Ways to Improve Your English Doc

5 Ways to Improve Your English Doc

  • Submitted By: Lollita
  • Date Submitted: 11/22/2008 2:04 PM
  • Category: English
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My cousins, two of them, lived about an half hour away from my old house. We would visit them frequently when we were small. My cousins, two girls, shared a room and they had a bunk bed. One night when my brother and I slept over their house something occurred that I don't have any explaination for, up to today. My brother slept with my youngest cousin while I shared the top bunk with my other cousin. (we were kids, and the bunks were big enough to hold 2 small kids comfortably)

Suddenly, I woke up, my eyes just opened, none of those stretching and slowly coming awake crap. It was early morning, between the time where night ends and dawn begins...when the light is bluish. Pale bluish light filling the room, you know what I mean? Well, I sat up in bed, (remember we were in the top bunk) the room had that eerie look, due to the blue light and the perspective from the top bunk. At the foot of the bunk beds, there was a dresser with a huge mirror on it. There are few things on this dresser, little girl things, dolls, jewelry boxes, and so on.

I was fully awake, and knew it. I looked over at my cousin at my side, she was sleeping. I looked outside the window, which was at my other side of the bed...it was starting to get lighter. Then, I looked at the dresser. On the dresser, in the center, there is a huge doll, those old fashioned kinds, with full, ugly pastel colored dress, bonnet on its head, glass eyes that opens when it's upright and closes when you lie it down, those type of dolls. This doll was looking right at me. I didn't notice anything unusual until it started to move slowly. It moved its head and looked out the door into the hallway, and blinked its eyes. Then, it slowly turned its head back towards me. I sat there, in terror. I started to tremble. I was so scared. I didn't know what to do. The doll blinked at me again. I was suddenly filled with horror...I can't explain it...I was so uncontrollably terrified. I wanted to scream, but couldn't. I kept...

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