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From the Inside Flap
It was short, even without its head. A man's body clad in a uniform of some sort. The hands opened and closed, and a question was asked in a language neither of the boys understood.
Both Carlton and Matt, however, took their phones out, pressed the camcorder icon, and recorded the ghost.
Another question was asked, again the words completely foreign, but louder.
"Dude," Matt said, laughing, "this is crazy!"
"I know!" Carlton said. His own laughter joined his friend's, and he stepped back as the ghost advanced towards him. "Man, this is just like Call of Duty! Only, he's headless, and not a zombie!"
"Right," Matt said with a laugh. "This is like the best special effects ever!"
"I am so putting this up on YouTube when we're done," Carlton said. "This thing is definitely going to go viral. We'll be famous! Maybe we can even get our own show on the Travel Channel."
"Careful," Matt said, grinning, "I think he likes you."
Carlton couldn't answer. He tried not to laugh too hard so he could keep the camera focused.
The ghost lunged at him, and its hands found Carlton's head. He dropped the phone as the dead thing's thumbs found his eyes and plunged into his sockets.
Carlton screamed and collapsed to his knees.
Matt realized he wasn't able to run. His legs wouldn't respond, even though he wanted them to move, to get him away. But he remained where he was, watching, as he kept the hideous image of his friend being blinded centered in the lens.
The headless ghost let go of Carlton, and then turned toward Matt and raced at him.
Matt's screams soon joined his friend's.