Possessed. Chapter 4Sandra switched the night lamp on and got up from her bed, listening. No more sounds came from behind the door, nothing broke the silence anymore. She then started walking to the door slowly, reaching her shaking hand to the handle.
Come on, Sandra, focus! – she told herself mentally and opened the door, reaching for the nearby light switch. When bright light illuminated the upstairs corridor, Sandra looked around.
“Mum?” she asked in a fearful voice, but no answer followed. There was not a single sign of anyone’s presence in the house. Sandra then walked to her mother’s bedroom and peeked inside, but mother was in her bed, sleeping peacefully. Closing the door, Sandra went back to her room, trying to comprehend what was going on. If it wasn’t mother behind the door, then who was it? The young woman was totally confused. She didn’t really believe in supernatural stuff, but this was something that made her shiver. Their house wasn’t
Possessed. Chapter 3Opening her eyes, Sandra yawned and stretched her limbs lazily. Nothing broke the silence except for bird chirping and light sound of water. Laurie and Debbie were still asleep as well as the others, as no voices could be heard. Sandra sat up and took her backpack closer, trying to do that as quietly as possible, not to wake her friends up. She searched the pockets for the cell phone until she finally found it buried deep at the bottom. The clock showed 13:00, and no calls have disturbed her. Mother knew they were going to watch movies all night long, so all of them would sleep the whole morning and afternoon as well. It meant that they would most likely return around eight or something, and thus she didn’t have to worry. Sandra then unzipped the tent and crawled outside, taking a full breath of fresh air. The day was as hot as the previous one, so she had no better idea than to take her towel and sit by the lake, enjoying the sun. To refresh herself, she splashed some water from
Possessed. Chapter 2Swartswood Lake indeed turned out to be a picturesque place, and Sandra couldn’t agree more with that, watching the area through the car windows while they approached it. As three cars stopped several meters away from the lake and the engines went silent, she stepped out and inhaled deeply the refreshing air. Despite the day being hot, the lake and the wind provided the refreshment that made them feel pleasant in such heat. But they had all the day and even night in front, so now seven friends were busy with setting their tents, placing each close to one another and putting the sleeping bags in them. Sandra watched as Rod and Billy pulled out their laptop bags and put them into their tents, ready for the movie marathon they planned for the evening. Sandra then took her computer and put it into the tents as well.
After the barbecue set was prepared and the fire in it burned, Rod’s voice echoed above all other sounds:
“Well, ladies and gentlemen, ready for this year
Possessed. Chapter 1A/N: This story is based on my dream about me getting possessed by the spirit of Jason Voorhees.
"There's a legend around here. A killer buried, but not dead. A curse on Crystal Lake, a death curse. Jason Voorhees curse. They say he died as a boy, but he keeps coming back. Few have seen him and lived. Some have even tried to stop him... No one can. People forget he's down there, waiting..." the TV set hummed in the night. Sandra sat in front of it, waiting for the events of Friday the 13th: Part 7, when suddenly she heard a knock. The door opened and her mother peeked inside.
“Sandra, dear, do you know what time it is?”
“I know, mum, I was already going to bed,” Sandra said.
“Well, do it then,” mother said. “You have to get up early for studies, so please, do me a favor and go to sleep right now.” Saying this, Mrs. Wilkins closed the door and returned to her own bedroom.
Sandra sighed and turned off the TV set, looki