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Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Rusty Wilson grew up in the state of Washington, in the More Bigfoot Campfire Stories (Collection #2). Rusty Wilson .
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And then he started moving toward me again. He took giant, exaggerated tip toed steps, as if he were a cartoon character sneaking up on someone. Except he was moving very, very quickly. I just stood there, completely frozen as the smiling man crept toward me. And then he stopped again, about a car length away from me. Still smiling his smile, still looking to the sky. When I finally found my voice, I blurted out the first thing that came to mind. I heard it in my own voice, and that only made me more afraid. He just stood there, smiling.
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And then, after what felt like forever, he turned around, very slowly, and started dance-walking away. Not wanting to turn my back to him again, I just watched him go, until he was far enough away to almost be out of sight. And then I realized something. I watched in horror as the distant shape of him grew larger and larger.
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He was coming back my way. And this time he was running. I ran until I was off of the side road and back onto a better lit road with sparse traffic. Looking behind me then, he was nowhere to be found. The rest of the way home, I kept glancing over my shoulder, always expecting to see his stupid smile, but he was never there. I lived in that city for six months after that night, and I never went out for another walk.
There was something about his face that always haunted me. He looked completely and utterly insane. I got some Chinese take-out and was eating in front of the TV. I finished my meal and cracked open the fortune cookie. It was gorgeous and we stopped at the middle to take a picture. On the side we had come from there was a parking lot with steps leading to the bottom of the gorge but on the far side there were hiking paths with no barrier. A woman walked past us and offered to take a picture for us.
We declined and she smiled and walked quickly to the far side of the bridge where she smoothly jumped off into the gorge.
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There was not a second of hesitation, it was almost like she expected the path to keep going. What if you could live a life that would make YOU jealous? Open a page to start your day, frame a page that inspires you to keep living, share a page with a friend who needs support, or leave one behind for a complete stranger to brighten their day. Scares the shit out of me. Then, evidently, I found this list. There are other creepy stories there warning: Reblogged this on The World Without Us. Alternatively, read stories off Creepy Catalog for free.
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