Chapter 1: The Strange Room “Good morning granny” said Lily and Marry. “Good morning twin girls” said their granny. “Here is your breakfast” “Thank you dear granny” the girls said. They took their breakfast. Lilly and Marry were twins. They never fought with each other. Their parents and siblings all died in an accident. It had happened 11 year ago. Poor twin girls had broken their happy hearts. They told their granny: “Oh granny!...please read this newspaper” They said. Granny read the news about their family’s accident in a mountainous area. Nobody could come to their help because it was a lonely place. Their granny was too shocked. She screamed. She consoled the girls and told them that she would adopt the girls and look after them. Now the girls were living in granny’s house. Granny was a rich woman. She had a big house, near the twin girls’ old house. After breakfast, they asked their granny: “Granny! Can we visit our old house today?” “But why?” she asked. “ Please..We want to see our old rooms, toys and our old things” said Lilly and Marry. “Okay, be safe and come back soon” She allowed them to go. Lilly and Marry were too clever and naughty. They didn’t want to visit but they wanted to get a doll. The doll was not a common one it was too special. When their father was alive, he had kept it in a room and hid the key in his wardrobe. Lilly and Marry’s siblings did not pay attention to it as to why their father did not let them have the room’s key in which the doll was kept. But Lilly and Marry were curious to know about it. So this was why they went to visit their old house. “Lilly! Come here, we can search the key in our father’s cupboard” Marry called. They searched for the key and found it. They opened the room and looked inside for the doll. They saw a door on the floor, then opened it and were amazed to find stairs under it. It was a basement. They went down and saw that it was a very dark little room. There were a lot of dolls thrown over there and they found one of them was glimmering. They picked it up and suddenly a voice echoed in the empty room: “What is the matter girls?” The girls were frightened. They knew they had put themselves in danger.