Horror Stories will be a series of OS's starring the Twilight characters that may or may not send chills down your spine and make the hairs at the nape of your neck stand up.
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Disclaimer: Twilight is not mine yada yada yada...
One night, Jasper, who had been driving since morning, was getting tired and needed some sleep. Soon, he came to a small motel, and decided to pull in for the night. When he went in and asked for a room, the manager looked at him with a frown and told him, "We only have one room left, and I'm not sure you'll want it." Before the man could say anything, the manager went on. "There was a murder a few years ago in the room next door."
Jasper, being as exhausted as he was, said he didn't care. He took the room key.
When he hopped into bed, he heard a strange beat from the room next door. The warning of the motel owner ran through his mind, but in the end his curiosity got the better of him. He got up from his bed, and went to the motel room next to his. The music was clearer now, and the man decided to look through the small keyhole on the door to see if he could see anything. There was a young woman with her back to him, dressed in all white, and dancing by herself. Jasper stared for a while, grinned, and then headed back to bed.
Later that night, he was woken up by the sound of music. Curious about why the girl was still up, he went to look through the keyhole again. But this time all he could see was red.
He didn't think much of it, just that a drape or something had fallen, blocking his view. He went back to bed and slept through the night.
In the morning, as he was checking out, Jasper's thoughts wandered to the dancing girl; he wondered if the murder story was just a hoax. He casually asked the manager about it. The manager responded, "The girl who was murdered was such a sweet young girl. Loved her music, and always played it before bed."
"Oh, really?" Jasper asked, his stomach feeling uneasy.
"Yes. There was only one strange thing that I will never forget about her… She had red eyes."