Isabelle Black Monologue

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Gather ‘round, gather ‘round children, while I tell you the story of Isabelle Black, the evilest person around. Don’t be scared children, you’re all safe now, but you wouldn’t have been exactly twenty years ago today. On a dark and stormy night, an adorable child named Elle Doucette was walking the streets of New York alone. That poor innocent child didn’t realize that she was about to make a decision that would change her life. As I was saying, as Elle Doucette was walking that night it started to rain, so she ran into the nearest building that she saw. What she didn’t know was that that building was the haunted building where the beautiful young maiden, Isabelle Black was killed ten years ago on that night. Elle was glad that she found a …show more content…
Isabelle could have sworn that the man was drooling over her. She chuckled to herself, knowing that she had picked the perfect weakling to complete her plan. All of the sudden she stopped walking, for she felt something wet rolling down her leg. Isabelle slowly turned around to face whoever had the nerve to do this to her. Just as Isabelle had suspected, an innocent puppy had come over and licked her leg. Isabelle looked down at it, stared, and then screamed! “Whos is this?” Isabelle was stewing! Her hands were shaking all the way down to the tips of her black, matte, flawless fingernails. She bent down picked up the puppy, and yelled once more. “Whoever this beast belongs to please claim it now, or youĺl never see it again!” By now, Isabelle knew that she had everyone's attention, yet still, nobody said a word. For the last time, Isabelle shouted to the crowd as they stared at her in horror. “Fine then, say goodbye to the mangy mutt!” Everybody thought that Isabelle was going to kill the puppy, but to their surprise, she simply walked away with it. Nobody knew what she planned to do with it, but nobody had the nerve say anything. For the first time in a century, the streets of New York were completely silent, that was, until the owner of the puppy walked into the streets saying “Hey, has anyone seen my

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