Cyn: A Short Story Of A Doll Girl

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Cyn, Tucks’ little niece, was very fond of dolls, but ever since Tucks’ girlfriend, Lory, started coming over she has put them away. Cyn was only 12 years old, but she loved those dolls. Tuck and Lory were sitting on the bed in Tucks’ room. They were having a normal, yet deep conversation when something didn’t seem right to the both of them. All of a sudden the warm room was now icy cold.
"Cyn?" Tuck called out.
There was no answer from Cyn. Britt, Tucks ' cousin, came in the room.
"I heard you calling for Cyn, she isn’t here. She left about an hour ago." Britt announced,
"Really? Where did she go?" asked Tuck.
"I think she said something about going to meet with some girl named Brandi." Replied Britt.
"BRANDI? BRANDI WHO? WHY? WHERE?" Tuck
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In that Icy cold room, came a big gust of wind and a small shadow appeared on the wall beside the closet. Lory was scared because the shadow was small and shaped like a doll.
Flashback:
Lory did not like dolls one bit. When she was only 3 years old, Kat and Christ had made her watch a movie called, "Chucky" Why had they made her watch that terrifying movie? Many frightening things have happened to Lory ever since that night. Lory was only 10 years old, but she was still terrified of what that movie could really be. When her grandmother passed, she has left a doll, but it was not any ordinary doll. Lory decided that since that the doll was her grandmothers ', she would put it in the living room for the respect.
One night when she had just got home, she was walking to her bedroom, but the eyes of the doll had moved as if they were following her every move. She tried to ignore it and move on, but later that night the doll somehow appeared on the floor in her bedroom. Lory never was the same after that. Everyone was laughing and making jokes about her worst fear, that was true, but nobody seemed to realize just how true her fear was. Of course everyone was laughing and always pulling pranks, because who would be scared, of what Seemed lifeless, powerless, and
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Once they got there, they got out of the truck, and hid their weapons in their shirts. A small shadow appeared. It was just like the shadow in the room. Cyn came from behind a tree, but she was not alone. Brandi was with her, and when Tuck seen her worst nightmare, Brandi, she flipped out. She took out her pocket knife and ran towards Brandi and Cyn. Brandi was right beside Cyn, but Cyn didn’t look too well. The small, but powerful doll was behind Brandi controlling her every move. Brandi let go of Cyn and she fell to the ground. Darius ran over to see if Cyn was okay, while Tuck took her knife and waved it at Brandi. Brandi shoved Tuck. Tuck swung at Brandi, but missed.
“Why you always starting something, wussy?” Tuck questioned her enemy as Cynthia slips away.
Brandi looked at Tuck with her dark and soulless eyes. It was as if she was being controlled. Tuck didn’t care. All Tuck wanted was Revenge for bullying Lory to the point she was suicidal and trying to hurt her little niece.
“What at have I ever done?” Tuck stuttered.
“You know what you have done. Enough talking, and more death.” Brandi said.
“I have done nothing wrong. The only one dying here is you.” Argued Tuck as she pulls knife

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