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A deathly transformation

By Distorted Skylor All Rights Reserved ©

Thriller / Horror

Her Death

Hello, my name is Skylor Shane. But you can call me Sky. Here is something you should know about me. I'm a demon, but I'm not evil or anything like that. I'm 16 years old, I have long spiky black hair with light blue streaks. I have icy blue eyes, but they can change colour depending on my mood. I'm actually really nice. I just want a normal life, even though I know I can no longer have one. I remember what happened like it was yesterday

I wake up one morning and look outside. It's still dark out. I look at the clock. 4:39. I sigh and get up. "It's too early for this" I mumble tiredly as I walk out of my room. I hear my father snoring loudly. I growl. "The fat bastard does jack shit around here" I whisper, making sure that I don't wake him up. I walk downstairs and put my shoes on then head to the forest behind my house. I turn on my flashlight. I hear the door open and I turn around. I see my little sister in her pink nightgown. "What are you doing big brother?" Sally says to me. I sigh and tell her "I'm just trying to clear my mind!" Sally runs up to me. "I'm coming too" She exclaims happily. I try to tell her to go back but she doesn't. I give in and let her come. We go into the woods. We hear leaves crunching beneath our feet. We just talk as we walk through the forest.

Sally walks next to me happily as I keep an eye out for anything. I soon here leaves crunching that wasn't ours. I turn around quickly and look around. But I see nothing. I pull Sally closer to me as I look in a directions. I hear the footsteps but I see nothing. Sally looks up at me with her emerald green eyes. "What is it big brother?" She asks a little scared. I look around then whisper to her "it's nothing, don't worry." I reassure her and we keep walking. I keep an eye out for what I heard earlier. My watch says it's already past five o'clock. But it's still dark. Are we really that deep in the woods? That's not possible, we've only been walking for half an hour. It takes four hours to get to the deep part of the woods. I should know, I walk here every day. But I look around and see the trees are much different than before. I feel Sally hug me tighter. I knew she was scared because she was shaking.

I hear the footsteps again. But much more of them and a lot closer. This time I don't care. I drop the flashlight and grab Sally. Then I run out carrying her as fast as I can. Sally clings onto me so she doesn't fall. I run out of the forest and we see our house but I regret leaving now. Our father is there waiting for us. "Oh shit" I mutter under my breath. Father walks up to us and punches me making me drop sally onto the grass. He grabs Sally by her hair. "STOP IT" Sally screams in pain. I try to get up but he kicks me down. For someone so lazy he's really strong. "Where were you two?" He asks with his cigarette in his mouth. "I-In the forest" Sally says crying. He takes out his cigarette and puts it on sally's skin. She screams in pain. I try to help but he kicks me down again. "I'm going to have fun with you, and you" He grabs me by my throat. "You are going to watch everything" He laughs as he drags us to his room.

I can't tell you what he did next as it's too horrible to tell. All I'm going to say is that he made me watch everything he did to her. I was tied up and gagged. And every time I tried to yell he shocked me with a dog collar. Like the ones that shocks so your dogs obey. It goes up to three hundred. But five is like touching an electric fence. He went up to 20. The collar was around my neck. Do you know how much it hurts when it's on your neck. I doubt it. Anyway he finished doing what he was doing to sally. I am crying from the pain and losing my sister. Yeah after he was done with her. He killed her.

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