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Welcome to good burger home of the good burger can I take your order? I hated saying those words every time someone entered Mr. Good Burger. It must have been the worse job anyone could have. I greeted the customers as they each placed their order. I couldn’t stop starring at my hand watch for closing time. “An hour and a half that’s a long time to go” I said to myself. Every time I looked down time only seem to be going slower. There was never anything exciting about Mr. Good Burger , except for maybe the part where your friends come in but even than it wasn’t anything special it seem more embarrassing than anything else. Kids ran around the playground, Parents watched and teenagers gossiped. There wasn’t anything other to do than to eardrop trying to bypass time until closing. I began to get lost in the gossip of the students seating closest to me. “WHAT IS A MATTER WITH YOU?” I jump in reaction of the loud scream quickly turning to see where it was coming from. Unable to find the source I began to search the place with my eyes and notice papers flying all over the outside of Mr. Good Burger parking lot. I was so invested in the drama that I didn’t notice it was time to close up and go home. Everyone quickly ran outside to witness the commotion. Trash cans were tipped over papers were thrown everywhere. My face turned into confusion not able to recognize the strange faces causing all of this. Until it hit me, the crazy girl from the forbidden house down the street has escaped. As, kids it was an old tale of the town that if you ever went near that home your body will just disappeared. They said she will eat you alive so that you felt every painful bite.
The street lights began to bust one by one leaving the town in complete darkness. Her eyes glowed in a bloody red and bleached white foam surrounded her mouth. My eyes shocked with fear in witness to something so unnatural. We all scattered like roaches after turning on the kitchen light for a midnight bite. Some of us ran to our cars and some ran back into Mr. Good Burger. I locked the doors behind us and began to dial for help but soon realize it was very man for themselves. Goosebumps crawled my body with a feeling I never felt. I began trying to gather my thoughts and immediately knew if any of us was going to make it out a live we had to do more than just hide here in fear. I took a deep breath and said “Okay, I’m going to need your help if we plan on surviving this invasion of Zombies. “That’s nonsense there is no such thing as zombies. Just call the police and have that crazy animal contained.” Mr. Dixon said. “I have tried that but the towers are down.” I replied. The children began to whine and my head began to spin in 1,000 and one thoughts. Everyone began to speak all at once, people became angry and upset. “Shut Up!” I shouted. I must have shouted too loud because the sound of scared souls began to bang the window in need of our assistant for a safe shelter, so I thought. Quickly, grabbing a flash light I went to unlock the door to let them in. As, I got closer I notice something strange in their eyes glowed in a bloody red and bleached white foam covered their mouth. I turn to look at Mr. Dixon and said “It’s too late she has gotten to them.” I grasped for air and quickly ran from the entrance. I knew then, the town of Charleston was in major trouble. This wasn’t a horror movie that you saw in theaters, it was the real thing. I could hear the zombies trying to make away in. They growled in hunger fining for the taste of flesh. I walked to the back looking for things to help us fight them off. Suddenly, everything became quite, sweat dipped my forehead and the seconds ticking on my hand watch got louder. A screams of torcher signaled me to run and hide for the lives of other where been taken with no remorse. I hided quietly and bottle up my fear. Finally given me enough strength to go out and check the place out. Coming around the corner the strong smell of blood hit my nose with a pain. My body shriveled and I could feel my heart stop as I viewed the dead bodies lying on the bright blue and yellow tile floor. It was still very dark and I could barely move around stepping over all the blood and intestines but I had to do more than just hide in fear. I unlocked the doors and began to run towards the town’s police station. Once I was there I notice it seemed empty. I slowly opened the front door and stepped in quietly to see if I saw anyone that could help but the zombies had taken all the lives of Charleston but mines. I stood there for a second in deep thought of WHY?? I could feel strange eyes crawl my body, unable to completely open my eyes for a clear view I quickly began trying to gain caution. A deep painful stabbing of my shoulder assured me I was in the last moments of my life. Tears began to fall down my cheeks and my heart broke in pieces. I closed my shut my eyes tightly not wanting to witness the painful death of being eaten alive. My mind went blank and soon I began to see a glowing light like the way people die in most movies. I convinced myself there wasn’t anything to do but follow the light as shown in most movies. I heard the voice of a man somewhat distance from me “Excuse Me, Miss are you alright?” Slowly cracking my eyes I sighed in relief that maybe it wasn’t my time to go, but the light only got brighter. I heard the door of a car opening and I immediately thought it was over and I was safe. I jumped up and hugged the man tightly “thank you thank you so much I thought I was dead for sure” I said as I hugged him but the horror wasn’t over. I felt a lifeless pain run down my veins, my eyes blinded and my soul scream in terror. My body lay on the ground, No heartbeat, No expanding of my lungs, No blood ran though my veins. I laid there like there was no importance to my human life. I was history and with those animals so was the world.

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