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the Murder Shower

By ayeblondcat All Rights Reserved ©



All Kara wanted was to get over the fact that her family is dead, but when she has to move to her Aunt's house she is reminded of it everyday of her short life. She must face her trial for murdering the man who murdered her family. Will she ride out her life in prison or kill herself before she gets there?

The Shower

"AHHHHHHHHHH," Kara screamed at the top of her lungs! All she could see was the steam coming from the bloody shower. Her face a mess of blood matted hair from the battle for her life with the intruder. She walked to the hallway to collect her thoughts before calling the authorities. She screamed even louder when she saw her mother's body in the hallway in front of the bathroom door. She walked to the foyer where she saw her father's limp body on top of a side table. She went outside for a breath of fresh air when she saw her brother's car. It's driver and passenger side doors were both open which freaked Kara out even more, so she went to close them. It took her all of five seconds once she got to the car to see her brother and sister. Well their dead bodies at least thrown in the backseat of the car. She couldn't make it the whole way to the car without breaking down in a big ball, bawling her eyes out in her front yard.

It just so happened that at the same time her neighbor came outside to see why Kara had been screaming. When she saw Kara she ran to and tried to comfort her, but it was no use. She was an utter mess of tears and blood. Kara had sustained injuries from her fight with the intruder that had killed her family. Her face had a long knife scratch from her ear to her mouth, she most likely had a few broken ribs and a broken arm. She had a black eye and a broken nose, and a scratch from where the intruder started to cut her neck.

She had lost quite a bit of blood, so she was on the verge of passing out, but she wouldn't let her body go the short distance to put the rest of her on the ground, because she just wanted to cry. She and her neighbor stayed on their knees for a while, until it was dark when her neighbor dragged her back to her house.

At this moment Kara just wanted to take a hot shower, but she had forgotten about the body in her shower, so when she went in the bathroom she started in on a whole other round of crying and screaming. Her neighbor was calling the police when this happened so Kara ran her throat hoarse before her neighbor could come to her side. She was once again a mess of tears and blood.

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