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By BlackRose @--%--- All Rights Reserved ©

Thriller / Horror

stranger danger

I have never been much of an social person so when my co-workers said to me i should get more social and told me about Facebook i was not so excited about that at first but after couple of days of constant teasing about me being scary cat of the unknown i thought i would go ahead and try it i mean what would go wrong,,, One night after long day at office i logged into my computer and went in to Facebook. When i first saw how much questions there was to make an account my interest dropped but after seeing my co-workers grinning faces in my mind i continued with it. “nice” i thought when i got it done. Now i had to send couple on friend request first to my co-workers then maybe just maybe expand it to people i don’t know that well.

At first i had 10 friends and i spend couple of hours there to chat with co-workers. It was actually kind of fun to talk freely with them and see how they really were. My work place has rules of how to behave and it is old fashioned kind. After while it got boring until one night i entered the site almost half asleep just to see who was on i noticed an friend request.

For my surprise i did not know that person even the name sounded unfamiliar . For some reason i had chills at my spine but i started to live as my co-workers said “dangerously” and accepted the request.

After only three minutes i heard sound that told me that i had private message. That person messaged me saying “hello” I answered “hello. do we know each other from somewhere?” It took him couple of minutes to respond and he said ” No but i…” “you what?” i asked but then i saw he was logged out. “Strange” i thought maybe he had problems with internet or something

Next night i had another message “hello” I smiled little “hello again welcome back. what was it you where saying before you logged out?” He typed answer to surprisingly fast ” i doubt you know me but i do. It would be smart to…” i checked the message couple of times and was puzzled ” would be smart to what? ” his trivial messages started annoy me little.

“Remember what your parents told you?” i looked at message with mixed feelings “it is hard to say. i don t really know what you mean…” “you were not that wrong about having doubts to logging in here. In these days and times you really cannot be too careful what comes down with talking to strangers ” I started feeling scared and looked over my shoulder. I smiled little and felt silly when , there was nothing.

” you are starting to freak me out a little ” I pressed send . ” woman looking like that should not be alone” that scared feeling came back ” how..do you know i look right now and…how the hell you know i'm alone?” i got an answer ” just playing an joke on you just relax. it would be nice to meet you” like i would meet someone who plays pranks like that but then again you cannot judge person by his jokes right? ” sure when?” He did not respond anymore and i noticed he had logged out again

for some reason i had cold sweat running down my back and I heard only the sound of my heart beating in my ears and it completely blogged out the sound of my door opening behind me and it was too late when i heard voice behind me and saw figure of man from the screen of my laptop.

” i’m here…..”


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