it was a cold, dark, gloomy night. I stumbled upon an abandoned hut deep in the heart of the forest. I was just about to enter the hut when suddenly...I heard a bang. I turned to my left where it came from and saw that it was just the door. turn back now... said a sign on the corridor door OR suffer Eager to find out what was going on, despite the fact that I might suffer, I carried on my walk down the hallway.
I saw sparks down in the basement. I took a deep breath “pheeeew” and followed on with my tracks to see a person. The person looked like a surgeon. Like one of those scary surgeons on horrors. I felt like turning back and leaving. Demonic laughters could be heard through the basement door. I couldn’t get the sign out of my head.
I opened the door relieved that it didn’t creak. I took one step down and it creaked but he couldn’t hear me. I jumped on the wall like a spider crawl and walked across the wall. The trouble was dropping off the wall without making noise. I took my chances and BOOM!!! I crashed onto the floor. The surgeon looked at me with a skill saw in his hand. I stood up and the CHASE WAS ON.
I ran back up the stairs down the hallway and out the door. through the forest and boom!!! *** I hit a tree while I turned back to see if he was still chasing me I found that he was far but running fast.
I thought and hid under a bush and saw a hedgehog I got scared and backed up into a tree. It sounded hollow so I kicked it in. I climbed in. Out the corner of my eye, I saw a hunter's trap it was a trip wire. I followed the string and it triggers a pad that pushes the animal into the tree I was standing in I thought to myself and looked down I was just in front of another wire which led up to carved out spikes made out of stones I looked up and said “Holy Moly. I almost died.”
I walked out and stood in front of the first trip wire and waited for the surgeon and before you know it, he comes running at me. “Good bye.” I said happily he stood there “huh?” and charged forward It was over. but now I know that Im never walking into an abandoned hut ever again.