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I quickly spun around to see if anyone was there, but no one was there.The note taped to the door read: Help or go. Choose one. Risk everything or leave someone behind."Who is here?" Ashley whispered to herself.Then she heard someone sing, "I am here, it is I. Come or Leave, choose before I choose for you." The voice repeated the same words over and over again.The sound of the voice made Ashley tired.She yawned wondering what to do, as her legs became wobbly and weak.Ashley screamed as her legs gave out underneath her and she drowned in a deep sleep.Josh:I was on my way home when I noticed something unusual; the door to the creepy house at the end of McDonna Road was opened. I heard a scream coming from the same direction and ran towards the house as fast as I could.Who on earth would be stupid enough to walk into that house!I ran into the one who opened the door. The house was surprisingly big. I ran down the hall, as I scanned the hall.At the end of the hall was a woman. The woman was hunched over with a teenage girl draped over her shoulder. The girl looked unconscious. The woman had long hair that piled all over the floor. The hair was the color of gold and glimmered, Yet the woman’s face looked hundreds of years old. It was as though she had aged but her hair never changed.The unconscious girl had brown hair the color of bark from an oak tree. Her eyes were shut, but I noticed she had long eyelashes. The girl was wearing a blue t-shirt and grey sweatpants. I was slightly startled at the sight of the woman and the girl. I mean maybe more than slightly.“W-what are you doing?” I stuttered. “LEAVE!” The woman screeched, showing her chipped teeth.Realizing I had a small pocket knife in my coat pocket, I wrapped my hands around the handle and slowly opened it in my pocket. I took the small knife out of my pocket and slashed the woman's arm. Blood dripped down her skin.The woman dropped the girl and looked into my eyes.Her crystal blue eyes looked empty. The wrinkles on her skin screamed as though they ached. A tear dripped from her eyes and I knew one thing at that moment, this woman needed help. She needs to feel loved.The woman was only doing what she was doing to others because she had nothing in life to enjoy, so she took away what others had to enjoy.I took her hands in mine and said “Stop,” like time stood still she nodded.The woman didn't object as I walked into the other room.I stopped two steps into the other room when I saw a girl (who looked 11 or 12) sitting on a large bed.The girl had blue eyes that glistened as she stared at me, she looked pale.“Who are you? Are you from the outside world?” The girl asked curiously, standing up and inspecting me and thought I was a creature from another world.“Have you ever been outside?” I asked the girl not remembering a girl ever coming out of the house.“Outside the house? No of course not!” She replied.“What’s your name?” I asked as I walked closer to her.“Georgia,” She smiled as though her name was the happiest thing in the world.I then picked up Georgia and said “You are coming with me.” “NO!” The woman hollowed.“She is not living here with you. And anyway what were you doing with that girl? Is Georgia even your child?” I snapped angrily.“She’s my daughter,” The woman sighed, “I was going to use this girl to keep Georgia company.”“Then why is she unconscious?” I asked.“I sang her to sleep. You see I have always had these magical powers. I can sing people to sleep then while they are asleep I can make them do stuff once they wake up. 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