Jump. Die. Stay. Die.
There are some fates we can’t escape. Lexi knew she was going to die — she was, however, unaware that she was going to die tonight.
Lexi’s summer had come and gone just like any other, the days were shorter now as Autumn came passing through. Soon her surroundings would turn cold and dark. This night seemed rather ordinary, even for how warm Michigan was this time of year.
Lexi had the windows in her apartment open to allow the warm breeze in. She should have noticed the silence. There was no crunching of leaves, no neighbors arguing, no roar of traffic. Nothing.
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