A dream in print.
and Jamie had to go in there and count them and make sure they where all still there,
she stumbled along the messy boxes and got to the door way to the old furnace and shined the light in
looking at all of the mess and noted on the clip board the mess was still there and jail bars where accounted for ,
then as she started to turn and walk away she heard this low sounding growl from out of the darkness,
she panicked and started looking for the growl sound,
in the corner of the room in a huddled mess of boxes she seen a female dog and puppies crowed up in a collapsed box
and the dog did not look happy about being found .
she started backing out the door way almost falls over a box then hears another low growl, she gets up looks in the spot the growl came from and a dog out of the darkness charged at her knocking her backwards. She scrambled to her feet and tried to close the door ,but there was no door, her panicking was getting worse and she looked around for something to hide behind if need be, all that was there were jail bars and boxes of stuff, she thought if I can grab one of them jail bars I might be able to block the door way and get myself back up stairs. She reached over for the bars and the dog charged her again knocking her over ,she dropped the flashlight and the lights flicked on again. Confused at the falling over she seen there where more then 2 dogs in the furnace room there where 6 of them total and they where all growling and looking at her like its dinner time.
she grabbed the jail window bars and shoved them over the door way covering it and scrambling to her feet ,she looked at the dogs then at the bars and thought ok time to run out of here before the lights go out again .
she turned and hurried to the stairs the lights went out again, she screamed and could hear the dogs tearing at the bars and growling and not barking but behaving oddly ,like the dogs where talking to each other. She made it up the stairs knocking boxes over to cover the staircase and ran to the door way that she came in, the umbrella was now gone and the flashlight was going dim,
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