The moral of this story, 'do not steal'

by M smiles
"come in come in! enjoy yourself in this magical bookstore kids!" the old man greets his two customers kindly.

The bookstore would probably be empty if it wasn't the old man's polite words. it is full with old stuff but mostly for books and some dolls was put on every part of the room.

"more like an old witch warehouse to me." one of the customer whisper to his friend and laughed.

"well well well..what can i get for you two young men?" the old man asked. resting his hands on the cashier.

The two guys looked around the store. one of them pushed a thick book from a table and it fell.

"oops sorry. it was an accident" he said. but it wasn't. they ignore the oldman's question and continue to look around the store.

the old man face become stern.

"i'll be in another room. if you need me, press this bell." he points the bell that had already stick on the desk. But before he left the room, he noticed one of the guys opens a glass cabinet and take out a paticular doll.

"no no no! do not touch that doll., please" the oldman seemed freaked out.

well thats the problem the man with the doll on his hand hates it when someone orders him what to do.

"but i just want to look closely. don't worry, i won't steal it" he said

"no of course you won't but please put it back in the cabinet. its priceless" the oldman lied. it wasn't priceless. and of course its not for sale.

"why? i am your customer. i wont do anything wrong with it! customers are always right!"

the old man stared at stubborn victim with silence then went back into the room.

"man, that was weird.." his friend said.

"yeah. like, whats so fragile about this creepy doll?"

"maybe its ancient.."

so they intend to steal it.

But before they walk out the door, it locked.

they tried kicking it but it would not budge.

a few moments the oldman suddenly appeared behind them looking more pale than before.

"whoa! dude you scared us! this door wouldn't open." one of the guy said to the man.

"i am warning you sir. put.. it.. back. the doll is not for sale nor to be stole." the old man said.

"yeah? what'r you gonna do oldman?" the guy said.

then for a blink of an eye, a whole of the doll's heads in the store turn straight to them.

The two guys become terrified. but one that has the doll refuses to confess his crime.

"give..it..back..young victim..." the oldman says it again.

then the dolls in the store shrieked in highest volume.

the customers couldn't stand it until their heads exploded and died.

the old man took the doll from his bag.

he then pulls out two wall nails and stabs it in each of their neck. more like cursed nails.

that is how two new dolls have born in the store. stood next to the cashier.

then a new customer came by....
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February 12, 2015 - 13:04 Gave me the chills....:/ creepy in one word

February 12, 2015 - 15:42 i think so too

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