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Some people believe they can see into the future. Can something be done to stop what is already in play? Is there enough time to stop it before it ever happens?

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I Know What You Did NEXT Summer

It was just another ordinary summer. Julie headed home from work, and plopped down on the couch. She turned on the T.V. and flicked through the channels. The phone rang. "Hello?" Julie answered. "Hello?" She could hear deep breathing on the other end of the phone. "Ray, this isn't funny! Ray? I'm hanging up now." A deep voice began to speak. "I know what you did Next summer." Julie responded in a half-worried voice "What? Next summer? Ray? Who is this?" She heard the phone hang up on the other end. She dialed Ray's house. "Hello?" he said. "Ray, it's Julie. That wasn't very funny you know. I was seriously freaked." "What do you mean? What wasn't funny?" Ray sounded confused. "The phone call. Are you trying to give me a heart attack?" Julie sounded frustrated. "Listen hun, I just walked in the door. I didn't call you. It was probably some stupid kids prank calling. Do you need me to come over? ." Ray asked. "No, I'm fine, I guess I'm just losing it. I'll talk to you later." "Try and get some sleep."Ray said. "Ok, bye." Julie hung up the phone and went to the kitchen. She through some left-overs in the microwave, and sat back down on the couch. The phone rang again. Julie was hesitant, and decided to let the machine get it. Again, there was heavy breathing, but this time, no talking. "Must be a prank call, stupid kids. "Don't they know about *69 or call-id?" She turned off the t.v. and threw her dishes in the sink. It was about 9:00 as she made her way to the bathroom to get ready for bead. She screamed as she looked into the mirror. The words "I know what you did next summer" were written in what appeared to be blood. Julie ran out of the house and got into her car. She drove to Ray's house. It was raining, and she could barely see where she was going. A black figure jumped in front of her car as she slammed on the breaks. Her car began to slide as she swerved to avoid hitting other cars. She slammed into a brick building, and closed her eyes as she blacked out.