We've all had a plush toy at some point in our lives. I would like to think that once we become adults that we would be forced to abandon the childish things that we once held dear. Well, <insert name here>, what would you say if the plush you once held dear were to come back to get revenge on you for abandoning it? A startling story happened to me on the subject.

I'd like to start when I rediscovered a teddy bear I'd called my own a few months ago. It was in need of a few good touch-ups where the fabric was starting to tear. Being able to sew, I decided to fix it up myself once I obtained the thread to do the job and blend in perfectly. After a few weeks I started to notice it in weird positions that I hadn't put it in. Being the kind of guy I am, I just figured that I was sleep-walking and moved it at night. 

March 26, 2013
The bear keeps ending up on the floor near my bed when I wake up. I wish I was just sleep-walking and moving it, but it has to be possessed.

April 3, 2013
I found scratch marks on both my arms and my left foot. I think maybe it is time to consider putting the bear in storage.

April 5, 2013; 5:30 pm
I heard a news report on Fox about a teddy bear coming alive and killing everyone at a storage dock. The same one that I put my old teddy bear.

April 5, 2013; 10:03 pm
I read an e-mail that disturbed me. It read: "So, I see you've heard I escaped. It would figure that the guards would be no match. NOW I COME FOR YOU!" I immediately deleted it and closed out of my e-mails. That night I had the worst nightmare I ever had.

April 21, 2013
I had managed to get that evil teddy bear out of my mind, but knew it was coming. I spent the next few weeks preparing to take it on.

May 11, 2013
The neighbors' houses are destroyed. I was able to anticipate this and warned them in time.

June 11, 2013
After a month, the bear decided to take its revenge. I found it with a knife that evening coming toward me. I fought a brave fight, but was ultimately defeated. With the last of my strength I leave you this message... Template:USERNAME look out!