The scarecrow in the Williams’s field was certainly scary, and not just to crows.
Bobby couldn’t say why exactly he found it as scary as he did. He just did.
He told himself it was only some material filled with straw, but avoided going near it, all the same. He preferred it if he didn’t have to even think about it.
The scarecrow had been there forever, or so it seemed. It had certainly been there as long as he’d been around, and as far as Bobby was concerned that was forever enough.
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