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We'll Tell A Tale So Long As You Listen

By Lilliabella Michelle All Rights Reserved ©

Horror

Silence Screams the Loudest

    She saw the blood and screamed. Nothing could cover her screams. Nothing. Not even the killer. The killer tried to quiet her. But he lost. She screamed louder and louder. She saw the victim, dead and cold, move and she wailed louder than ever. Nothing could shut her up. Not even death.

   As she was eaten by rats and maggots, her skull was open in a silent scream. And every night at midnight you could hear her screams pierce the air. Every night.


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