There was a girl named Sarah Parker who lived on Baker Street. Her and her mother lived in a 3 story house. One night, Sarah was in her room, reading a book. All the lights in the house were off, except for hers.

“Sarah? Could you come downstairs and help me?” She heard her mother’s voice downstairs.

Sarah put her book down and opened her door. Just when she was about to go downstairs, she heard a door open upstairs.

“Sarah? Baby, don’t go downstairs. I heard that too!” She heard her mother’s voice come from upstairs.

Sarah, now scared and slightly confused, ran back to her room and locked the door. Then, she heard a sound coming from outside. She jumped on her bed, looked out the window and saw her mom’s car pulling up.

  • JustARandomPastaReader

    Short and sweet with a good idea. The story ended too soon in my opinion. Admittedly, it’s hard to come up with a satisfying ending for a concept like that; however, going somewhere is better than stopping short. The way the story ended leaves us with one real mother, two fakes, a scared little girl, and no mention of anyone coming to help them. Even if the story ends on a cliffhanger, we need some sort of revolution maybe two of the “mothers” are killed or run off and you don’t know which is the fake.

  • wifey30

    Nothing new..