I could feel his breath on the back of my neck, I was running out of breath, but I had to keep running. It was my worst nightmare. I quickly climbed a tree hoping that he wouldn’t rip me to bits. I dared to look down and I saw it. My heart skipped a beat. It was something, something that was unimaginable, something that mad the hairs stand up on the back of your neck. I gripped the tree until my knuckles went pure white. I dared to look down just one more time but could just make out a black shadow walking into the distance. I felt a little bit safer but I wasn’t taking any chances. So that’swhen I made a life changing decision. If I cant run away or fight the beast, and it cant get up in the tree, the why dont I just build a tree house up here until I get rescued. I started to grab supplies rapidly hoping that the beast had found something else to chew on other than my leg. I was sweating like a pig now but I had to keep going. Then I heard something like a running noise. No it cant be I thought to myself but sure enough it was the beast was running towards me, I quickly lunged at the tree but missed and hit my head I blacked out. I woke up and I thought I was dreaming. I pinched myself and it hurt so I was awake. I looked down at my leg and to my suprise it was still in one piece. But something else was getting on my nerves now. I couldnt remember myself in Centrel P ark in New York and an old lady with her Chiwawa barking at me. Maybe there was no beast that was going to rip me to bits. I started to walk through the park and people were laughing at me. I stopped a man and asked him why was everyone laughing at me? He told me I was running through the park screaming that a beast was chasing me Then I climbed a tree until the dog had gone . Then I climbed down from the tree and started murmmering something about a tree house. Then the dog came back and you paniced and jumped at the tree and hit your head. You knocked yourself out cold and the dog started licking your face. you woke up and well here you are. And that day I made a vow to never to leave my house ever again.