We were in the deep, dark, gloomy woods; so many paths to choose from. We just couldn’t decide. It was just at this very moment we realized Stephanie had gone, “But how could she just disappear,” We all shrieked. One went this way; one went that way. Nowhere to be seen. Terrified. I stopped. No one could see her. Martin checked the time on his phone, it was 16:59. The BLOOD MOON! Any moment now the clouds would part. 5 seconds had passed, “Here we go...” The clouds separated; there she was stood on the hill opposite the moon-lit lake.