ghost children who killed these kids

once there was a house who lived a house in texas and these two kids thought they can make it into their play house. the next few weeks they have been fixing it up and then they heard this sound so they went to go check it out. they didnt see anything so they went to back to what they were doing and then they heard the sound again and then when they went back to go see what it was and they saw these two children and they didnt look like humans so the kids started asking questions like who are you or what are you doing here so the ghost kids started talkind weird so as the kids got closer to the ghost kidsthey knew what the they were so they started running screaming and the ghost kids started running after the human kids the kids was like leave us alone stay away! the kids ran out of breath and the ghost kids got them then next thing the kids were dead blood everywhere guts on the wall so till then nobody went into that house.The EndPreview
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