Mysterious Phone Call

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As I was tossing and turning in my bed one stormy night something very unusual happened. A strange blare woke me up. It sounded as if someone was crying loudly. I tried to ignore the sounds but they kept getting louder. When the crying started to get on my nerves I went to see what was wrong. I took my flashlight from my closet and slowly and stealthily sneaked outside. As I entered the living room, my bedroom door closed with a loud bang making me jump. When I switched on the lights there was a spark and the lights went out. The windows were shaking and the dogs howling making my heart pound loudly. Suddenly the phone rang. I rushed towards it so that my parents would not get disturbed. I answered the phone.

Someone whispered on the other side.

“Who is this?” I asked.

“It’s me dear,” the voice answered.

“Who?”

“Me.”

“Will you tell me who you are or should I call my parents?” I shouted.

There was a very creepy laugh and the voice said, “Are you afraid dear? Don’t be scared honey. I’m coming.” There was another laugh and the line went dead.

Stupid man, I thought. What a fine time he has picked to scare me on the phone. I will just check his number on the CLI, I told myself. I went near the machine and pressed the up button. Nothing happened. What could be the problem, I asked myself. Why isn’t this stupid machine working? Then suddenly I knew the answer to my question. I wish I hadn’t asked. All the telephone lines in my area had been blown away by the storm. Then how did the phone ring? I felt a sudden chill running down my spine.

I started screaming for my parents even though I knew that they would scold me for waking them up at this time of the hour. I still didn’t care because I knew that first I had to stay alive to be scolded and if my parents didn’t show up in time I was sure that I wouldn’t be there to see another dawn. When there was no response from my parents, I started screaming and shouting...
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