These Inhumane Thoughts

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Chapter 5

November 13th, 1986, 1:32 AM.

I sighed, resting my head back on the head piece of the car seat. Me and my mother had been driving down on a highway road, we were attending to my father, sister and grandmother's funeral. We had been driving early in the morning to avoid traffic.

"How do these things happen, honey?"

My mother tried to start a conversation with me, I knew that she had felt lonesome throughout my entire massacre. I nodded and hummed as she continued driving.

It's okay,

I heard them say, they wanted me to do this, so no more secrets could go about their own way.

She'll be fine, and you still have yet to complete your death road.

I glanced back at my mother, there should be a bridge about a couple of miles up. I stared out the window, waiting for the right moment. I loved my mother, dearly yes, but she had done something unforgiveable once. And I will not forget it, even if I had forgiven her.


"Yes, sweetie?"

"Have you ever wondered what it's like to fly?"

"Sometimes... Why do you ask that?"

I shrugged, I bit my lip as the bridge came into view, oh this was going to hurt. Just as we reached the tip of the bridge, I was thankful for how long it was. It unbuckled my seatbelt and set to work.

"W-what are you doing, Bree?"

I ignored my mother's panicked cries, I unbuckled her seatbelt and pushed her to the window. I rolled it down as she screamed, I pushed her head out the window. I made sure that her feet were still on the pedal as I rammed the car into the side of the bridge. I felt my breath hitch and my world stop. We were in the air, I watched as the ground came rushing up to us.

"Oh god."

I said as I crashed against my mother's lifeless corpse, her skull had been crushed in and was unfixable, so she was most likely dead on impact. I gaggled on foam as I jumped out of the car and headed for the safety of the bush, I knew a few cars would discover the wreck and that I had to get out of here.

You are safe now, join us little one.

I smiled and cried as the bush melted away to reveal and dark figure, I had known this figure since I was a child.

"Thank you."

No need for goodbyes, you are here to stay.

I smiled as the tears dissolved away into the bright happiness, I'm free.

Hey everyone, I'm kind of new here so please don't rush me... I hope you enjoyed the story, anyways, and I look forward into writing the next one! Don't worry, they're not all like this.

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