Sarvin Shot
by A.J. Long, age 9, The Donoho School
Oct 28, 2011 | 266 views |  0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend | print
It is the mid 20th century. A prison in the middle of nowhere will have a few escapees. Few will live. Many will die. One of these escapees is named Sarvin. He is the head of the escape plan. Sarvin punched a loose brick in his cell, and it fell. He grabbed a key that was in the place of the brick. Sarvin reached his arms through the bars and unlocked his cell. His group caught up with him, and they went into the vents.

After some maneuvering, they got into the courtyard, but five cops were waiting for them there. Six people died, including Sarvin, two cops died, and four escapees died.

About a month later, the guard who killed Sarvin was guarding the courtyard saw a white figure that looked like a ghost floating above some barbwire. After that, the guard was never seen again. The figure had black spots on it. It had one on the forehead, and two at the heart. Those spots were in the same areas that Arvin was shot. The ‘ghost’ floated into two prisoners’ cells, and they disappeared. One cell had a small blood puddle after the prisoner in it vanished, but there was a guard who encountered the ghost, and did not disappear. When asked about the ghost, the guard says, “The ghost looked like… Sarvin.” People say that Sarvin’s ghost still wanders around there. People who see Sarvin, are usually never seen again.

The jail was burned down in 2006, and a mall replaced it, and the area around it was turned into a village. Some people who live in the village have claimed they have seen the white figure that the guard saw in the village. And those people are never seen again.
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