Cora tree

We were for vacation for 2 weeks in frisco,nc. About 3 days into our vacation I started to see faces only when I closed my eyes. Well the next night we were all in bed and I share a room with my 2 friends well we're talking cuz we couldn't sleep then I look at my friend,KayKay,and I see this scary face that had black eyes and the face had its mouth open from its nose to its chin,I look away and I see it again,it goes away then. After a few minuets my friend,V,see's a girl in the mirror holding a knife and the girl had the same face I saw on KayKay.The girl walked to us with the knife. Well we run to the living room and set our bed up there. V and KayKay immediately looked in the window and saw the girl with a baby in her arms. Well we do research and we found a girl named 'Cora' who looked like the girl we saw and she had the same baby!!!!! We also saw the Cora tree that's right next door to us!!!! We did EVP's and caught some voices and Cora keeps following us everywhere...me and my friends are paranormal so we see Cora and we told my parents about it but they didn't believe us!! So we gave up on telling them! So we're gonna trust our instincts.Preview
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