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Night Runner's Problem.

By Farizkeys All Rights Reserved ©

Mystery / Horror

Night Runner's Problem.

NIGHT RUNNING, a recent hobby that I have been doing for weeks.
With my headphones on, and set my Nike Running up so that I'll be able to keep my distance.
What I liked from night running is the fact that there are no peoples around, and I'm not that social to stop by and talk to them.
This time, I changed my track from the usual one.
Some people said you have to do that so your mind won't consider running as a tedious hobby.
Suddenly, the playlist played Pokemon's Lavender Town theme.
Once I read from the Creepypasta website, the song was responsible for a lot of children suicides in Japan. Just by having it in my thought gives me chill.
I stopped for a while, looked into music folder, and clicked 'properties'.
Oh, it was 16/01/2015, the day the music resides in my phone. I didn't recall it correctly. Hey, did I download that?
Pardon my absent-mindedness.
Shortly after I locked my phone and looked forward, I see a girl, standing.
Her gaze is hollow, her lip is quivering
She hold a doll, I saw an X mark on the doll's eyes.
In all of the sudden, her head tilted to the right, and her hollow gaze straightly pierced through my eyes, I was petrified. Her quivering lip opened slowly and said
"Would you like to play with Hannah?"
My brain quickly recognized that Hannah is her doll's name.
To no avail, I ran as fast as I could.
Crap! She's running too! And I could hear she screams on the top of her lung! Even my headphone could not stand the scream!
I looked behind while running, nobody was there!
Quickly I turned my head forward, BAM!
Her face appeared in front of mine.
"Would you like to play with Hannah? She's been alone all this time"

Then I woke up right when the alarm blared and showed "7:00am".
Phew! What a nightmare.
Then I heard somebody clicked the bell.
It must be the room service.
I asked them last night to knock my door at 7:15. Quickly I opened the door.
"Would you like to play with Hannah?"

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