Girl Stolen

Topics: Automobile, English-language films, The Doors Pages: 2 (797 words) Published: April 22, 2011
Girl Stolen
Being kidnapped and held against your will is hard enough for a person who can see, let alone a person who is blind. In this story Girl Stolen Cheyenne the main character was kidnapped and went through a dramatic struggle with her disability. But what other people don’t know is that being able to see is a gift its one of the most valuable things you can have. No one can ever imagine what it is like to never be able to see the world ever again. Well what this girl went through you would be surprised how a young girl who's parents loved her dearly wounded up kidnapped and held for ransom.

Cheyenne was sick with pneumonia so her step mom went to get her medicine at a drug store but what she didn’t know was that she was going to get kidnapped on accident. A large man so keys dangling and opened up the car door started it and drove off, but what he didn’t know was that Cheyenne was in the car. All he was wanting to do was jack a car like his dad told him to and go straight home. When Cheyenne heard a big thump in the car she knew that it wasn’t her step mom because her step mom opens the door slowly and says “im back” before she even shuts the door. The next thing she knew was she was driving and she was getting shook around she leaned down from her cane breathing hard and scared she couldn’t find it. She made to much noise the guy heard looked back saw a girl underneath a blanket and freaked out and he actually took her to the house.

When they got to the house the dad was furious and they were going to kill her until they found out that her dad was the president of a huge business and said he would pay as much as they want to give her back alive and not hurt. As any criminal knows they will take that so they locked her in a room, she was scared had no clue if she was underground or in a cell all she knew is she was tied to a bed scared and had no cane no familiar objects around, just the cool air in a small enclosed room all alone. She was...
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