Janet and Gordie were both victims of life’s unexpected hardships. Gordie was a runaway foster child whose parents had died and Janet was a lonely sibling due to the fact her brother had died, as well. See could never image life without Gordie. OneMoreJanet and Gordie were both victims of life’s unexpected hardships. Gordie was a runaway foster child whose parents had died and Janet was a lonely sibling due to the fact her brother had died, as well.
See could never image life without Gordie. One day, Alex, Janet’s boyfriend, her friend Colleen and Gordie went for a hike not knowing that a surprising bite of a diamond back rattlesnake would end Gordie’s life, that day. Their stupid decision to leave Gordie’s body behind tormented Janet but she remembered the little book of spells she once got as a gag gift.
Would Janet regret trying to bring Gordie back to life? Did Janet give Gordie a second chance at life or a second chance at death?Warning: This horror story has very dark and disturbing images. Adults should read the story before determining whether or not it is appropriate for a child in their care.Here is a preview:You know how, sometimes, when you’re a kid, you don’t really think about the consequences of your behavior? I was at the beginning of my senior year. I was just about to graduate from high school and I was just about to go to a prestigious college.
I knew we hadn’t done anything wrong with Gordie, I mean, other than getting him into school under false pretenses, but even understanding that we hadn’t done anything wrong with what we’d done to help Gordie, I think all three of us felt a need to cover it up.Eventually, our better judgment took hold and we decided to call the police. It was while I was looking for my planner, that had all the important numbers my mother made me tote around for situations I thought I’d never get myself into, like having a good friend bit by an ambushing rattlesnake, that I saw the book.
It was just this crazy old book I’d bought on a lark when I was really into witchcraft and horror movies, you know, teenage angst and all. I pulled it open and looked at it, flipping the pages in a daze.“Um, guys, you wanna try something with me?” I was holding up the little book for them to see.