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饾枟饾枖饾枒饾枈饾枙饾枒饾枂饾枮 饾枆饾枈饾枡饾枂饾枎饾枒饾枠 馃將
饾枖饾枔饾枈 饾枬 饾枖饾枔饾枈 馃將
饾枅饾枂饾枠饾枤饾枂饾枒 饾枡饾枖 饾枂饾枆饾枦饾枂饾枔饾枅饾枈饾枆 馃將
饾枍饾枎饾枌饾枍 饾枠饾枅饾枍饾枖饾枖饾枒 饾枦饾枂饾枓饾枙饾枎饾枟饾枈 饾枆饾枟饾枂饾枓饾枂 馃將
饾枟饾枈饾枂饾枆饾枮 饾枡饾枖 饾枟饾枙 馃將
饾枦饾枂饾枓路饾枙饾枎饾枟路饾枎饾枠饾枓

"The action or practices of a person who feeds on the blood of others."

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馃將 There was a reason that no one visited that house at the end of Masking Lane. Everyone knows exactly the one I'm talking about. Three stories, peeling paint on the outside, broken windows the give the house jagged teeth, dead flowers lining the walkway and stairs. There were holes in the ceiling where absolutely no upkeep caused them to cave in. Deep and dark, as if a black hole had just plopped itself and its friends across the rooftop.

馃將 The house was so old there wasn't a driveway for cars. Just an iron gate with spikes all long the top, a futile way of keeping out hooligans and curious passerby. The house had been condemned since the 1950s, but was never torn down. There were many stories surrounding this. Some say that the town hall keeps the house, in hopes of one day having enough money to restore it and turn it into a museum of what life was like back then, and this is commonly more believed by the adults of Moonlight Villa.

馃將 Some say that the crazy old man who used to live there still holds the deed and is living peacefully in a quaint retirement home in Florida, that is why the house couldn't be completely foreclosed on. But the mystery of the house really arose from when the old man, Winston Trueford, had found his wife dead, brutally murdered in their own bed. That was about the time that he had gone crazy, spewing some strange tale about the monster in the basement.

馃將 But, now in the year 2018, the house had almost been forgotten about. Besides being an eyesore, and one of the greatest topics of the students of Moonlight Villa Academy. It was a routine hazing ritual that the newest students had to traverse the haunted house on Halloween to be "accepted" into the crowd of high school students. It is... unfortunate, what transpired for our newest addition to Moonlight Villa.
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饾枓饾枂饾枎饾枔 饾枅饾枍饾枂饾枟饾枂饾枅饾枡饾枈饾枟饾枠


饾枓饾枎饾枔饾枖饾枟 饾枅饾枍饾枂饾枟饾枂饾枅饾枡饾枈饾枟饾枠

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銆 "Trust is like a mirror, you can fix it if it's broken, but you can still see the crack in that mother fucker's reflection." 銆
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The universe is an amazing place. It is interesting when you think about it, how much we know and how much we don鈥檛 know. For instance, how we know so many different species, through different kingdoms and genus. Yet there are almost just as many undiscovered creatures, especially lurking in the oceans. It is amazing how we know and can identify several planets and celestial bodies. Yet we don鈥檛 know where the edge of the universe is. It is amazing how the sun can be over 90 million miles away, and yet somehow, in some way, the only light entering Annabel鈥檚 room was directly on her eyeball.

The sudden light in the eyes shocked her from her sleep and a groan erupted from the young girl curled up in her bed sheets. It was the first day of classes for the new girl, coming in to a brand new high school junior year. It was almost soul shattering to her, having to uproot herself from all of her friends back west, while her parents worked on moving out to the east coast. Annabel was already in the new house, while her parents finished up some work and settled some affair back home. Crawling out of bed she figured that she shouldn't refer to that place as home anymore. This was home, for now. After getting dressed in the new school's uniform; white button down shirt, black skirt, and a plaid necktie, Annabel made her way down the stairs, brushing through her long blond locks. Besides the gentle pitter-patter of her socked feet on the floor, the house was completely silent. She appreciated this new privacy, though not too new as her parents were relatively absent as long as she could remember.

Annabel huffed under her breath and tied up her hair in a messy bun. She was naturally a social butterfly, so she needed her fair share of social interaction. So starting out a new school would be just a little bit of a challenge. Grabbing her bag off the counter, her cell phone, keys, and throwing on her dress shoes, she hopped out the door and headed straight to the school in her silver Volvo. Moonlight Villa Academy was a very nice school, considering it was public. But maybe the schools were just naturally nicer on the east coast. Annabel wasn't so sure, but she did find it odd that a public school required a uniform. Wandering onto the campus, there was already a great crowd of students bustling around, telling stories about their summer vacations, trips, and parties. It felt odd not being able to chime in naturally, like she would have back home. But she new it would take a little time and warmth until she could finally make some friends.

"HEADS UP!" Someone yelled out behind her. She wasn't fast enough to turn when a football came flying through the air, and just smacked her shoulder. It caused her to fall back, but luckily not completely lose her footing. "Ah, shit! Are you okay- uhh..." The guy realized he was lost for words, not knowing this new face. "Annabel. That's my name. I'm new here... Is it just an eastern thing to introduce yourself with the collision of flying objects?" She quickly spoke and leaned down to grab the football before playfully shoving it into the guy's chest. She was trying to start up a friendly conversation with, who she could obviously tell based on his letterman jacket was on the school's football team. A weird smirk seemed to grow on his face as she mentioned new girl. In fact, Annabel noticed the turning of quite a few heads. "Ah! A noobie!! Welcome to Moonlight Villa. And to answer your question, no. I think I was just trying to get your attention. Name is Ralph." The dark haired, tan skinned boy reached out his hand, and shook Annabel's hand. A few heads turned away and Ralph began leading Annabel back towards a guys and girls. All very athletic looking.

Annabel herself wasn't big into school sports, or even cheer leading. Yet somehow she always found a way to get into their group. "Hey, we got some fresh meat here." Some of the heads looked up and started giggling, and a few seemed to shake their head. Annabel wasn't sure what this whole "new girl" deal was about. But at the same time, she figured this must have been what it was like for everyone going to a new school.

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The day started out like any other. The faint smell of mold was the first smell Jackson woke up too. Water stains from a leaking roof plastered the walls of his small bedroom, a problem that had been present from since before his family had moved in. It didn't bother him much though, he had grown used to it over the years. The next thing he noticed was his alarm screaming at him to get out of bed. Last night he didn't sleep well, the faint bags under his eyes proved that well enough.

Jackson clambered out of bed, his hand smacking the alarm clock to shut the damn thing up. It didn't take him long to get ready, all he had to do was throw on some clothes he had scattered across the floor of his bedroom, run his fingers through his messed hair, and out the door he went, backpack in hand. On the way out he passed him mother, passed out on the worn down couch. No surprise there. Every morning it was the same story. At least he had school to escape to now. Running his fingers through his hair, Jackson made his way down the street, a Letterman jacket, his prized possession, hugging his body loosely. School was only a few blocks away, Jackson couldn't wait to get there.

The jocks and his fellow friends were are grouped in the usual spot, goofing around like usual. However, a new face caught his attention as he approached his friends, and Jackson rolled his eyes. "Oh, c'mon Ralphy." Jackson said, a bit of sarcasm in his voice poking through as threw an arm around his friend's neck, rough housing as usual. Jackson had approached just in time to hear them talking about 'fresh meat.' "A bit old for that now, aren't we?" Of course everyone knew what he was referring to. The hazing for new students at the old house of Masking Lane that always took place on Halloween night. A tradition he found ridiculous, especially for kids their age.

Eyes on the new girl, Jackson gave a charming smile as he stuffed his hands into the pockets of his jacket. "Not everyone believes in ghost stories anymore."

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銆 "Trust is like a mirror, you can fix it if it's broken, but you can still see the crack in that mother fucker's reflection." 銆
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Annabel鈥檚 eyes shifted to the brown-haired boy who was responding to 鈥淩alphy鈥, as he called him. It was quickly that Annabel concluded that this guy had to be the high school鈥檚 resident stud. Football jock, tall, handsome. He seemed to have all of that. But Annabel was no stranger to attractive people. Given her own looks and her bright personality, she tended to be able to merge 鈥渋nto the pack鈥 relatively quickly. But her eyes couldn鈥檛 help but linger a little longer than they probably should have, in reference to Jackson. 鈥滱aaah, Jackson! Just because people stop believing in the monster under the bed, doesn鈥檛 mean it goes away!鈥 Ralph laughed and playfully patted Annabel鈥檚 center back. Annabel was still a bit confused by these statements. Ghost stories? Monster under the bed? 鈥滺ave I been transferred back to elementary school?鈥 She just chuckled and grinned.
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鈥漀o worries, girly. You鈥檒l be in on our jokes soon enough!鈥 Girly? Had this guy already forgotten her name? But it didn鈥檛 seem to phase Annabel all too much. He seemed to still be focusing some on the brunette boy in front of her. Ralph, being quick to notice things, quickly grabbed Jackson on the shoulder, patting it roughly. 鈥滻 was just talking to Jackson here about my party this weekend. Big even for all the seniors. You should come, girly. It鈥檒l be the best way for you to learn more about us and get to know everyone. Although the people that matter most are sitting right in front of you.鈥 Ralph smirked playfully at the young girl, her eyes finally shifted away from Jackson and jumped fact to face from sporty jock to preppy cheerleader. 鈥漌ell then, I鈥檓 Annabel. You can call me Anna though. And, I look forward to this party.鈥 Her eyes landed on Jackson again, just as the bell rang for homeroom classes to start. Annabel got lost in the crowd of moving bodies, and Ralph threw a wide arm around Jackson鈥檚 shoulder.

鈥漇he was TOTALLY checking you out, my main man. You gotta make sure she makes it to my party this weekend鈥 which means I expect you to be there as well!鈥 He strongly patted Jackson鈥檚 shoulder. Yes, Annabel鈥檚 eyes had been checking him out, but she was still determing to herself is she should focus her time on catching a single guy鈥檚 attention, when she had a whole new school to start meeting.

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