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Dream Walkers

"Don't worry," her father said, "you can have the leftovers in the fridge. I just finished giving the rest of your nice warm breakfast to Björn!" He chuckled as he continued to enjoy his cigar.

Björn, probably the fattest Newfoundland dog to live. Annabelle had nothing against him except that her dad gave the dog more attention than to his own daughter. It never surprised her though, since she was never close to her father anyways; and after the death of her mother, both she and her father needed something to confide in.

For her, she's always confided in wondering who the boy in her dreams was and why he pulled her down into the lake; and why since that dream, all the others have been in black and white, and no physical contact made.

She felt a sudden stinging burn on her right cheek. "Anna!" She heard her father's fist hit the table and she turned to face him, her hand caressing the burn, "Get your food now! I'm not leaving 'til I see you eating!"

The Good fighter

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There is an eighteen year old teen that has been fighting since he was fifteen. His name is Freddie Long Legs. Boxing has been in his family for generations, it's a tradition past down to the next generation. Freddie's Grandfather was the first NativeAmerican Indian to ever compete in the Olympics of boxing.
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The Orginized Killer

his type of serial killer is the most difficult to identify and capture. They are usually highly intelligent and well organized to the point of being meticulous. Every detail of the crime is planned out well in advance, and the killer takes every precaution to make sure they leave no incriminating evidence behind. It is common for this type of psychopath to watch potential victims for several days to find someone they consider to be a good target. Once the victim is chosen, the killer will pick them up, often through some sort of ploy designed to gain their sympathy, and take them to another location to commit the murder. Once the person has been killed, the perpetrator will usually take precautions to ensure the body is not found … until they want it to be. A criminal like this usually takes great pride in what they consider to be their “work” and have a tendency to pay close attention to news stories about their deeds. One of their motivating factors may be just to attempt to stump the law enforcement officers who are trying to solve their crime.


(Helo, there! Welcome to Summerland! If you would like to join, you may join with your own characters or control the ones that are provided!)

Roman Douglas Barriger loathed his house arrest. Because of a rather violent altercation, Roman's mother revoked most of his Internet privileges. Moreover, he even blamed God for all of this mess. Needless to say, this just extended his unnecessary punishment.

After having been banned from watching SuperDog and NinjaKat for almost a month, he yearned for something bigger than slumping around. The school was out for the summer, his sister was visiting from college, and he was still on punishment. While he drew on his favorite sketchbook, he thought about a fun activity to do for the weekend.

"Steve," He heard his mother say, "Our son's not being fulfilled just being in his room. He's depressed, suicidal, and he has no friends." Perhaps this discussion was the key to Freedom.

Steve tilted his head, waiting for a reasonable response. Perhaps his wife wanted some reprieve. "I think I understand. Ever since he got grounded, Roman's more obedient. Perhaps we'll treat him to an award." He had a ticket to an amusement park. Although it wasn't much, it was the least he could provide.

However, Roman wasn't up to that offer. Even if he was in the mood, he opted to sleep. He needed that, after all.
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