Heathers tragic endingHeather stepped out from her car and landed on the cracked pavement of a town she knew all to well. It had been 13 years since she last saw the foggy streets of Silent Hill. She cringed as she remembered the horrific events that happened here. The lives lost here were too many to count. She had tried so hard to forget, but found she couldn't. The world had shunned her soon after she returned from this hell of a town. No one understood her, they deemed her crazy. She has no friends.The only sound heard in the town now was that of her heels clicking on the road. She clutched her bag close to her side. It held the key to her freedom. All the shops were deserted and lonely; the inhabitants had left years before. The girl didn't care, in fact, she rejoiced at the chance to finally feel at peace. After all, that's why she came here, to be at peace. A
Chapter2 of SilentHill fanFicThe radio in my Kia played only static as we rode through the desolate town. I had hooked up my Ipod to my stereo because the sound irked Alex to the point at which he started to yell at me. He said that in his dreams he had heard the same sound. Lady Gaga was bursting through my car when Alex looked at me through the mirror. "Why'd you dye your hair?" He asked randomly. Yuck, small talk. He was referring to the fact that my hair had been blonde when he had left for the army, truth of the matter was that I hadn't dyed it. It had naturally grown like that over the four years he had been gone. Maybe it was from my stress or the fact I could've take after my father, who had a lovely mane of brown hair."Being a brunette suits me, doesn't it?" I asked, he agreed. "Well then, stop complaining." He smiled and switched the song.I kept my eyes on our surroundings.
RemembranceI walked the streets of Shepherds Glen, the town was now desolate and lonely, and it wasn't like this before. It used to be full of life and friendly people, and now this. But today I'm extremely happy, because of the rumors. Rumors about my Alex. The few remaining people in Shepherds Glen loved to gossip, this time it was about Alex returning from the army. I've missed him so much. Alex and I have been best friends since kindergarten, when we would sit at our desks and pass little love notes to one another. Those were fun times. I was a little mad when he left for the army so abruptly, but then he sent me that first letter.Elle, I'm sorry. I know you must hate me for running off like that. I just couldn't take the town any longer. I had to go. I miss you and Josh so much, will you tell him I said hey? I understand if you are angry. I'm angry at myself for leaving. I promise I'll write soon. Gotta go, talk to you later.With love,AlexHow