Time to Believe Chapter 4 ~CreepyPasta No...this can't be happening. I thought and bit my finger, trying not to scream. A bloody circle was drawn on the wall, with an X going through it. Surely its some sort of sick prank, maybe there are more people who know about Creepy Pastas than I thought... "Ok kids, let's get you all home." Mr. Burkhardt said as calmly as he could, ushering the small group of students and I towards the front door. I was too stunned to protest. Not that I wanted to protest, although part of me wanted to stay inside. Away from the prying eyes of the world, the other wanting to get as far away as possible. I called my sister to come pick me up, not mentioning what happened, afraid i'd break down crying if I did. After a moment of her complaining that I didn't tell her I was staying after school she hung up. I sat down on the grass in front of the school. Picking at the light green blades. I heard sirens of police cars and ambulances approaching. Hugging my knees toTime to Believe Chapter 4 ~CreepyPasta by Silverclaw9999
Red Wolf - Chapter 2Chapter 2
The room was very quiet, no one said anything we just sat there in the lounge looking a little bit at each other but neither me or my mom dared to look up for to long. For some reason I felt like we were going to be scolded.
Not much happened after mom and grandmother had said hello, we got invited in and sat down all four of us and then nothing.
''Well..'' mom said trying to break the silence and I mentally thanked her but kept it from reaching her throughs via the link that all wolves from the same pack share. ''This is Aya, your granddaughter. But that you already know, right?'' my mom said in lack of other things to talk about, or maybe not lack of things to talk about but like mine maybe her mind was also blank.
''Hi.'' I said and made a little wave and was embarrassed right away, why did I do that?
''Hello Aya.'' my grandfather said and smiled at me and I smiled back at him. ''We haven't seen you since you were a little baby.'' he said and my grandmother that sat beside