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As we were walking home, the light in one of the apartment hallways flickered, and I joked and said it was a spirit trying to communicate with us. Savannah made up a “flash once for yes, twice for no” system to communicate with the “spirit” and we messed around a bit. We thought it was just harmless fun. The next day, she runs over to us, excited. She informs us that the spirit we had met last night told her its name was Kiran and that it meant “light” so it all made perfect sense now. We asked her how she knew, and she said she went back later that night, alone, to talk to it. This was the first time it occurred to us that she might have really believed in this stuff. Our aunt had given us an old Ouija board as a joke the year before, and we thought Savannah might like it. Savannah lit up and said she wanted to try and talk to Kiran. So we huddled in the hallway connecting the apartments and put our hands on the board. 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Her parents found out, and she backed out and blamed it on Autumn. The next freaking day, people come to repave the parking lot. The pentagram is now buried under it forever, literally. Savannah moved on to saying her friend had found Jacob’s body and was going to “put his spirt back inside it”. Savannah continued to take advice from this friend, who fueled everything she did. Savannah now said the friend was teaching her witchcraft. We mostly avoided her at this point, but she’d ask us to do things like make holy water with her and try and summon her a familiar. From that point on, she insisted she was a “fire witch” and walked around wearing all black with Halloween-like makeup on her face. She and Autumn frequently snuck out together, and occasionally we’d see cop cars at her house. My sister and I were avoiding them both, but now we’d get fiery texts from both of them if we hung out with other people—especially our guy friends. 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We’d known she was on probation but she’d always tell us different stories as to why. Savannah continued to beg us to hang out with her after that, even inviting herself to spend the night. We avoided her at all costs, but she’d follow us everywhere. It kind of died down when Autumn moved out, and Savannah moved with her family shortly after. Since then, she’s started doing service hours at a horse stables and graduated high school. I really hope she’s gotten happier and more stable. Autumn messaged my sister a few months ago, asking to call her mom to confirm she was with us (she wasn’t), and we later saw her with a nineteen year old dude (she’s 14 now). Me and my sister and mom have moved as well. There were too many incidents in those apartments. Our new place is so quiet and peaceful. But to Savannah and Autumn: Let’s never meet again.
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