It was dark. Not just any dark, but the type of dark that makes you look over your shoulder every few seconds, afraid of what you might see. The wind howled through the trees and brought a chill that made Elizabeth wrap her jacket closer around her thin frame. The stars above were barely noticeable, as the clouds had began to fill the sky. Only the moon provided light for the girl as she walked, keeping a cautious eye for anything suspicious. "Jesus...it's getting colder than I thought." she muttered to herself, feeling the wind press harder against her. Wow...it's gotta be two in the morning by now. I knew I shouldn't have stayed so late at the store. She thought, biting her lip and furrowing her brow at her own carelessness. Soon, Elizabeth was lost in her train of thought, looking down at the pavement as she walked, silver hair flowing behind her. Then, lifting her eyes, she became slightly frustrated at how a strand of hair continued making it's way from behind her ear. Elizabeth went to move it back into place when her eyes caught the head lights of a truck, spinning out of control and headed her way. She gasped and opened her mouth to scream, terror taking it's place among her features before she flinched and closed her eyes, time seeming to slow down as she waited for the impact.