CFF: The House at the End of the Street (Part 5)Chapter 5CFF: The House at the End of the Street (Part 5) in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
“I am your father,” The boy answered sarcastically. To this, Angelo could only roll his eyes. “Fine, they call me Bob. What of it?”
“Thank you.” Angelo replied irritably, rolling his eyes again. Jake and Arielle exchanged a look.
“Why were you trying to scare us?” Arielle inquired now, looking at him sceptically.
“Because we could,” Bob answered incredulously, as if it were as clear as the fact that his hair was white. “And you guys seemed like a bunch of wimps, so we thought it’d be funny.”
“Yeah, well…wait, did you say ‘we’? Who else has been sneaking round here?” Jake asked with narrowed eyes, glaring at the boy with a look that could have killed him easily.
Before the white-haired boy could answer, the hatch leading up into the attic behind the group suddenly burst open, hitting the wooden floor with a solid smack,
CFF: The House at the End of the Street (Part 1)Chapter 1CFF: The House at the End of the Street (Part 1) in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"Hurry up, Jake! We’re gonna be late and keep Reggie and Tamara waiting!” A girl with her long blonde hair tied back behind her head in a ponytail, two ringlets of hair hanging down of either side of her head shouted impatiently as she waited outside of her brother’s bedroom, door, already wearing her Halloween costume, which consisted of a simple black-blending-to-grey dress, the bottom frilled out like the tail of a fish.
“Just give me a second, Summer! I’ll be out in a minute!”
“Well, fine, just hurry it up; we still have to go and pick up-” At that, the door quickly flew open, a boy in a pirate costume that matched that of Captain Hook jumping forward, waving a plastic sword around, which scared the girl out of her wits.
“No fair! I wasn’t ready!” She exclaimed, stamping her feet.
“Better be next time then, huh?” The boy replied smartly, a sly smirk on his face. Before