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All around the world, strange events have begun to occur in the lead-up to the 31st of October, more commonly known as Halloween or All Hallows’ Eve.

Each day, since the first of the month, an unexplainable disaster has occurred somewhere around the globe leaving researchers, governments, scientists, and civilians alike baffled.

On Saturday, a massive thunderstorm began over the Sahara Desert where, instead of water, blood and small fragments of bone began falling from the sky. It is unknown how this is possible and where any of the remains have come from, as scientists have not been able to identify the samples they picked up.

The next day was normal for the residents of the Sahara, but over in Alaska, people were devastated as masses of bugs began to invade their homes. Despite the freezing temperatures, all kinds of critters such as cockroaches, grasshoppers, flies, beetles, wasps, and spiders have managed to survive and group in masses, rendering many residents homeless and disturbed.

Yesterday, Tasmanian citizens awoke to discover all the livestock had been massacred. Dead on the floor, some ripped to shreds, and some only punctured by two small holes. It has sent the island into a state of panic and confused researchers even more.

This morning, thousands of sink holes opened up in France destroying roads, buildings, vehicles and most importantly, people. Thousands have been injured and hospitals are running out of room for all the patients.

Scientists and Governments are working overtime trying to stop these events from happening and find out exactly what is going on. Conspiracy theories are being released suggesting paranormal activity, the end of the world, and a plan to take over the world.

But could any of this be true? Until we have more answers, nothing can be certain.

About the Author: Annabel Wolf

If you ever find yourself in the presence of this psychotic killer, you might want to watch out! In addition to an obsession with explosives and fire, this girl will send you running for the hills when she unleashes her blood-sucking fangs. When she has spare time (which is most of the time really), she loves to read, listen to music, watch movies and TV programs and murder. Just watch out for this crazy, weapon-obsessed vampire who hates the letter ‘j’.

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