huddled in an alley. Where is Virginia? he questioned himself.
Virginia, was Westons newest case, who was a ghost girl. Virginia
was supposed to meet Weston in the alley that night, at midnight.
They only had three minutes to make it to the Middle Grounds,
protected only by the time of night that death took a breather. So
where on earth was Virginia at? Weston, who was malcontent
(dissatisfied) at the time, checked his watch, hoping to increase
the amount of time Virginia had left, but it only abated (reduced).
She should be here by now!Suddenly, Weston heard a noise and he
winced (flinched), it was Virginia floating above the roof. Weston
didn't have time to talk, so he frankly said, "Its time to go.
Where have you been, let's go!" The Middle Grounds were only a mile
or so away, and midnight was the only time Virginia could abide
(stay) in the Middle Grounds without being carried into the
afterlife. Virginia and Weston took off bolting, running as quickly
as he could manage; but they still would never make it because he
was becoming languid (weak). Running at twelve miles an hour, the
clock moved to 12:01. Death became an influx (mass arrival) through
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It was easy at first (except for the arrow that almost nicked him) and he was intrepidly (fearlessly) following a dank hallway to the middle of the pyramid. There on a high pedestal, sat a ruby, which Weston climbed up the side of. He swept up the ruby from where it lay, and suddenly he could hear awful loud noises. The whole pyramid was coming down! Weston jumped from the pedestal, prudently (cautiously) landing on his left ankle. He sped out of the pyramid, just as it collapsed becoming an exodus (mass departure) of brick, behind him, into dust. Westons phone rang, Weston answered Are you okay?" asked Virginia from the other side of the phone. He had passed out again before he could
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