Do not draw their attention. If you run, they will notice you. If you move too slowly they will grab you. And you don’t want them to grab you.
Jennifer had been through this for five years now. Ever since the tragedy struck, what used to be a straight-forward walk from the train station to the subway had turned into an ordeal. Twice a day through the dimly lit tunnel, with them waiting in the wings, ready to pounce.
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