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Vampire, Vampires ! (Part Two)
By Lily Alex
Thursday, September 27, 2001
Rated "R" by the Author.
The group of students had a wild party at a haunted cemetery.
Personalized Vampire Romance Novel - Vampire Kisses!
FROM THE CREATURES
...Ann opened her eyes. She felt like there was a bomb bursting in her head. The girl moaned, and crept out of bed.
Keeping her eyes closed, she reached the bathroom. She heard someone turn on the water, and help her get into the shower.
Finally Ann opened her eyes; her headache was almost gone. Irene was next to her in the stall. She looked terrible, and Ann could imagine her own face.
"We shouldn't get loaded like that." they said at once, or maybe just thought the same thought.
"What time it is?" Ann wheezed.
Ann shook her head, and went back into the room. She looked around, and realized that they were in a motel.
"How did we get here?" wondered Ann. "Who drove the car?"
"Him!" their boyfriends pointed at each other. They exchanged surprised glances.
"Not me!" they exclaimed at once.
"I was driving." Irene said with effort.
"Gosh!" Sandra barely sat up. "Dave, how..." she stopped short.
"Where is he?" she addressed Ann's group. Everybody gasped, realizing that they left Dave there, in the cemetery.
"Vampires are going to kill him!" screamed Sandra and burst into tears.
"Calm down!" the students hastily started to dress. Sober, they did not believe in occult balderdash, but they could imagine how Dave would feel, awake in the middle of the night, alone in the abandoned cemetery, without a car, without a phone, 20 miles from the nearest town.
* * * * *
When they reached the cemetery dawn was breaking, and they found Dave very quickly. He was lying on the ground without any signs of life, while a bat flew around above him.
Squealing, Sandra rushed to her boyfriend, and the animal vanished from their view. Dave sat up. He was alive, but drunk as a skunk.
Ann saw a cloud of mosquitoes around Dave, and she thought that was the reason why the bat stayed near Dave.
The students helped him up and into to the car and left the cemetery.
The bat clung to its place under the roof of a crypt. For a long time the creature had not had such a feast on easy prey.
The bat was very happy.
It would wait for the next visitors.
They will come for sure.
They always come.