I stood there, looking at the Slender in shock.
This wasn't scary.
This wasn't amazing.
This wasn't a fairy tale dream come true, it was a nightmare.
It was creepy.
"You were [i]watching[i] me?!"
I raised my voice at this creature.
Who knows what he could've seen from me.
I want to know, but I don't ask.'
I don't want to hear anything gross, or just perverted.
"Yes, for many moons."
What is this guy?
He was holding out his hand, as if a guester, and I took it. In my surprise, he didn't do anything. He didn't harm me.
The murder of my family...is doing nothing?
He looks behind us, we're there's at least 20 dead trees coverd ins snow, then looks back at me.
"O-oh, do you wanna go over there?"
I point to the area, and he nods.
We begin to slowly walk over to were Slender had looked and we were there faster than I'd though we'd be.
He looked at me, even though he had no eyes, and a mouth appeard, and spoke in an odd tone, "You...will warm...
Before I knew it, everyone was dead.
Everyone but me.
I was scared, no, terrified.
My heart pounded in my chest.
Mom, Dad, the other guy...were dead.
I was next.
I didn't know the Slender, or why he was this way. Why he did what he did.
"S-Slender...I know your out here. Just come on out and end it already!"
I had no idea what I'd just said.
I didn't want to die.
I didn't want this.
A cool breeze hit me, slapping my cheeks.
That horrible feeling.
The feeling when you know your being watched.
"C'mon Sol, lets go."
I stood, slipping the straps of my backpack around my arms, still holding onto the sandwich and half-empty water bottle.
"Emerald," he whined. "but I'm not finished!"
I look back st him with an annoyed look on my face.
"You can eat it while we're walking, lets go! Now!"
Sol could hear the pleading and the fear in my voice.
I wanted to leave.
I wanted to go home.
We kept running up the path, tears in my eyes.
I was out of breath, and Sol damn well knew it.
We stopped & we caught our breath.
"First my Mother..then my Father...then its you & me..."
I didn't want to die. I wanted to live until I have no purpose.
The sun was rising again. Time is flying by way too fast.
Why was Slender doing this? What were his reasons?
I guess I'll never know...
"We need to make ground." Sol began jogging.
I stopped running.
I stopped breathing.
I had a feeling, that I knew whos scream it was.
I had a feeling that I knew what happened.
My body shook.
I slowly turn around, and my face goes pale.
The Slender was starring right at me.
He was holding my father.
My fathers head was in his hands, with a pained look on his face, as well as his blood.
Then, I noticed thin blood red wires that were attached to his neck and the rest of his body...and that was in The Slenders other...
Thats all this is.
Sol, my fathers death, and the Slender.
We quickly fled the house.
The sun was already starting to set.
No, no no no!
I began running forward, screaming.
I know that she died, but we did see Anna & Melodys bodies.
"Emerald!" my father yanked hard on my arm.
He slapped me.
"We don't use that language."
I spat in his face & ran.
I slowly put the key into the lock, it went in, and I slowly turned it until I heard a click! and I opened the door slowly, a loud creeeek! following.
Light poured into the room from the window, and we all steeped inside.
We were breathless.
All over the walls, was papers coverd in black crayon, marker, or maybe Sharpie.
All of the drawings were the same.
All about The Slender Man.
I looked around. Everything was thrown around frantically.
On the wall infront of us was a drawing of a tower, and it was circled several times, it was drawn...
We continued looking around the weird house.
Kate...who is she? Is this her house?
"Everythings a mess, who could live here?"
My father sounded like my mother.
In the living room, the T.V. was leaned up against the wall behind it, couch cushions are all over the floor.
Papers & magazines are everywhere, scattered.
A picture is on the floor, the glass frame is broken.
The Slender must've scared you pretty bad, Kate.
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