Sammie had to purchase a bigger gym bag so that she could carry all her lacross accoutrement.
Unfortunately, Sammie and Maggie could not resist playing with fire one last time.
Sitting in a bedroom of Sammie's house, they decided to try the Ouija board for a final time.
Sammie's house was more conducive as far as atmosphere goes with its high pitched, gabled roof and two bedrooms running the length of the upstairs.
Sammie was scared and a little irritated.
Sammie kept having uneasy dreams of her house in flames and smelling something acrid and strong.
The next morning, Sammie's mother laughed at them for falling asleep in front of the television set.
"But of course, you would," Sammie's mother said.
Sammie's mother paused and laughed nervously, "Every year on what would have been the anniversary of the fire, I always have bad dreams and wake up smelling gasoline."
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