Ethan, You Know It Won't Happen Today, Hunnie...Or Will It????

I had watched Ethan sleep for a while, then left. I drifed back a while later I saw him tuck a knife into his belt. I gave a gasp, as well a ghost could gasp. He was going to kill Ally! He didn't even know I was dead yet. That's it. A deversion. I rang his phone, using his message tone. He took it out, and opened it. I made the lettering appear.

JADE DEAD. I AM ABOVE YOU NOW, ETHAN. I KNOW WHAT YOU'RE PLANNING. YOU ARE A MURDERER. I AM DEAD. I DIED AFTER YOUR PHONECALL, AND JUST AFTER NICK CAME TO SEE ME. I AM DEAD. YOU USED ME. NOW IT'S TOO LATE.

I gave  triunphant 'hmm', and drifted off as quick as I could. Nick's phone was off. Damn. I saw him put the bracelet and necklaces in his bag. His eyes were a little red. I waved in front of him. He walked out of the house, and walked to school. He touched the obsidian star, still tied around his neck. I couldn't get his attention. He walked into the school grounds. Julilia smiled, and waved. Nick didn't wve back. He climbed the steps, and stood halfway up them. "Jade is dead. I saw her die myself. She died in her own room, while I went to visit her. I repeat, JADE IS DEAD." he called louder, as Ethn came into earshot. He gulped. Everyone whispered amoung themselves. Nick climbed down, and got the charm bracelet out of his bag. He fastened it round Julilia's wrist.

"Jade's favorite charm bracelet." she whispered. Ally and Jerry came over to them, looking cheerful. "Jade's dead. She told me to give you these. They fit together. Yin and Yang." he told them. He slid the white half over Ally's neck, and the black half over Jerry's neck. Ally touched the necklace. "She can't be dead. I was tlking to her on the phone yesterday!" she exclaimed.

"Ally, I was there in her room when she died. She gave me her charm bracelet for Julilia, the Yin and Yang for you and Jerry, and she gave me her lucky charm...ans this. It's a key to Ethan's house." He whispered. They entered the classroom, feeling down. I followed. The table was all dusty. I saw my chance. I drew and arrow in ront of Nick, pointing to Ethan. He frowned, and gave a little nod. I drew a little knife. Nick shrugged. I tried again and again, trying to get him to understand. "Nick!" Shouted the teacher. She frowned, and rubbed all of the clues away. Dammit.

The End

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