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Debbie Hernandez
5th period Test#12
One foggy morning in Elm City, Lylybell was just coming back from her morning jog. As she was trying to unlock her door she heard a POP! She hurried up and rushed inside. There was another POP! She tried to look out the window and see what it was as she went in. As she was sneaking up to the window to figure out what was making that noise …POP! She screamed as she fell back. She sneaked up again she was determined to figure out what was that noise. But it was so foggy she couldn’t see outside but some light that was trying to come through but not much, it seemed like a laser but it didn’t fully come through. As Lylybell was proceeding to the kitchen she saw her back door open. She noticed a green icky form of viscous fluid. She got scarred and POP! She stuck her head out the door and took a look around But she just couldn’t see anything when all of sudden she heard the front door shut behind her and turned she immediately closed the back door and walked towards the front but it was too late. Lylybell felt confused and afraid because she didn’t know what was going on and then the phone rang she jumped. She answered “Hello” and no response… feeling weird she went back to the living room , as she was walking she noticed big footsteps covered in green slime as she trace the footprints to see where they had come from she discovered that they came from her room…. POP! It was foggy for the next week and the POP sound kept on going until the sun came out but she never found out what had happened that day or why the sun was not out. That day should remain unknown in where nothing could be seen outside and the only source of light that there was, was some form of laser beam coming through that thick fog. Lylybell never mentioned anything to anyone about the viscous slimly green fluid that was in her house that day because she didn’t even know what it was.

Dry ice Simulation- When dry ice is out together with H2O makes fog...
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