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Stranger Danger?

by Julie Anne Robinson
Originally published by on 29/11/2017

She began to hurry. She was sure that she could hear footsteps behind her.

Her pace quickened and fear gripped her. The area was quiet and there was no one around who could help her. Her mother had warned her about this particular stop in the evening, as it was poorly lit and isolated. She had always laughed off these concerns, but now she would give anything to hear her mother nagging her about it once more.

She felt a hand on her shoulder and began to scream.

“It’s alright, love,' the man said. “You dropped your purse, that’s all.'

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