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A Boy Discovers that a Visitor from Outer Space is living in his House
Coming home from summer camp, Kyle found a strange-looking lady seated in the living room with a cup in her hand seeping some tea. With a surprised look in his face and still staring in her direction, the lady was quick to introduce herself. “I am the new nanny and I have been waiting for you to arrive” the lady said in a hoarse voice. Kyle knew he was old enough to take care of himself, but bringing a nanny was his mother’s decision and he know too well that her decisions were incontrovertible. He remembered what happened to him the last time he tried to abrogate her decision. He had to be punished for three weeks by being denied all special privileges including watching television and using the computer except for educational purposes.
Kyle greeted the nanny and went straight to him room to rest after the long journey. The nanny followed him there to see if there is anything he needed and may be getting to know Kyle better. This lady looked strange in every kind of way and Kyle wondered why his mother hired her in the first place. The nanny explained that she would be responsible of taking care of him ensuring that all his needs are met when his mother is away.
One week passed and Kyle was getting along well with the nanny. There was one thing though; Kyle felt like he was subjugate in the nanny’s presence. She had the power to make one do whatever she wanted. It was a scaring thing, but at the same time confusing. Kyle knew that he had an overactive imagination so he was quick to dismiss his thoughts at first.
One day, Kyle came to the house and the nanny was nowhere to be found. He searched the kitchen and other rooms in the house, and then he finally stumbled on a note on the kitchen counter in which the nanny explained that she had gone to the store to buy groceries. On his way to his room, a thought crossed his .............
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