The Creature in the Pond

The Creature in the Pond

I was out hunting in the woods one day when I stumbled upon a small, murky pond. The water was still and silent, and the trees around it seemed to be closing in on me. I had a feeling that something was watching me, but I couldn’t quite put my finger on it.

I decided to set up camp near the pond for the night. As I was getting ready to settle in, I heard a strange noise coming from the water. It sounded like something was moving beneath the surface, but I couldn’t see anything.

Suddenly, I felt a cold breeze on the back of my neck. It was so cold that it made my hair stand on end. I turned around, and there was nothing there. Just the trees and the pond.

I brushed it off as my imagination and went back to getting ready for bed. That’s when I heard it again. This time, it was louder. The sound of something slithering through the water.

I grabbed my gun and aimed it at the pond. I couldn’t see anything, but I knew that something was there. I fired a shot into the water, and there was a loud splash.

For a moment, everything was quiet. Then, I heard a low growl coming from the water. It sounded like an animal, but it was unlike anything I had ever heard before.

I fired another shot, but this time, something shot out of the water. It was a creature unlike anything I had ever seen before. Its eyes were glowing red, and its skin was covered in scales.

I fired again and again, but the creature just kept coming. It lunged at me, and I fell back into the pond.

The water was freezing, and I couldn’t see anything. But I could feel the creature’s teeth sinking into my flesh. I fired my gun one last time, and the creature let out a blood-curdling scream.

When I finally got out of the water, I was covered in blood. The creature was nowhere to be seen, but I knew that it was still out there somewhere.

From that day on, I never went back to that pond. But I knew that the creature was still out there, waiting for its next victim. And that’s why I always carry a gun with me wherever I go. You never know what kind of horrors are lurking in the shadows.

Author: Opney. Illustrator: Staby. Publisher: Cyber.

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