“Are you watching that stupid ghost hunter show again?”
“It’s not stupid, and yes I am.”
“I honestly don’t get why you waste your time. You know there is no such thing.”
“No big brother, there is not.”
“Why don’t you just go back to torturing Leaf and leave me alone.”
“Not until you admit that you know there is no such things as ghosts.”
“Fine you want me to prove it? After my birthday, I will.”
“Why do we have to wait?”
“Because I won’t have a truck till then?”
“You’re on. Leaf and I await the day.”
If I said this was the first time I was dragged into something I didn’t want to do, I would be lying, but this…this was way out of my comfort zone.
“This is so ridiculous…Come on Leaf. let’s go and get this over with.”
“Why do I get the feeling this is going to end badly?”
One second she was there and the next, she was gone. I turned around to find that I was now completely alone in the empty dark graveyard. My heart dropping into my feet as I tried to steady myself.
It wasn’t until that time, that I realized just how far and ominous the exit was.
“This isn’t funny guys! Come back please? Please?”
I was not what you would call a coward, but I definitely was no brave-heart either. The eerie hooting from the barn owl over head, coupled with my own rapid heart beat and short breaths, was slowly sending me into a frenzy.
“You lost princess?”
“Great Berry’s ghost!!!!”