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I was in my classroom, which looked like a small, one room schoolhouse. everything was wooden, and the characters from to kill a mockingbird were there. For some reason, the kids in my class were being taught how to swim in tubs full of soapy, foamy water. I was helping Scout breathe through a snorkel by holding it up for her, and Walter Cunningham's father and the other countrymen from the book knocked on the door. They were looking for cecil jacobs. He wasn't in the room, so they went to the class next to us. Cecil was in that class, but he was older, maybe late 30's. They took him out into the dark hall, which had no light but the light filtering through small windows on the door. I watched through the window on the door as the countrymen took a club with spikes and a flail and started bludgeoning this man. Then they took a dagger and slit his throat. Then everyone went on as if nothing had happened, including me.
The next day, same situation with the whole swimming in soapy water. But a boy came into class, also named Cecil Jacobs, and he looked like a character from the movie Quarantine. He was wearing an old-fashioned nightgown and it was bloody. his hands, feet, hair, and mouth were also bloody. he was pale, and his eyes were bloodshot. The teacher asked what had happened, and he responded by saying something that me and my friends have had an inside joke about: "He tried to get away. I wouldn't let him. He tried to run, and now he's dead. He's laying in a pool of his own blood. And he's never coming back."
The first part is reoccurring, but the second part with the boy is new. I woke up after the first day, and when I fell back to sleep, the second day started. I woke up after the second day, and when I fell back asleep, the boy was still there, staring me down. All night,I kept waking up and falling asleep to see this boy staring at me.
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