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These Inhumane Thoughts

By Miss KD All Rights Reserved ©

Horror / Drama

Chapter 1

I thought that my life had been perfect, that no one could take my soul and throw it away like it was unrealistic trash. How very wrong I was...

Have you ever wondered what it'd be like to kill someone? Or maybe crash a car? Have you ever felt so much strength inside you that you believe you could do anything?

Now, I'm going to ask one question slowly. Have you ever heard a voice in your head that wasn't your own?

I only speak rarely of the things that wonder my mind, every step they take and every word they speak of only drives me to the edge of curiosity. I was only a child when they started, and how easy is it to influence a child's mind? I'm now grown up with my own life, I have moved out of my parents' house and even got a career as a home designer.

It is March 16, 1986, I'm driving down to see my cousin. But my mind holds other plans...

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