Although they were only 9th graders, they ruled the school. Bobby was always the team captain, no matter the sport. John was the richest kid in the school; his dad owned the power company that everyone got power from. David was the genius. He skipped over three grades at once and he edited the school yearbook. All these kids were very nice and the teachers and kids adored them. But Bobby, John, and David all shared a secret.
It was an easy decision to leave Timmy out of the yearbook. No one really knew him, and David thought that people would rather forget the tragedy in the boys’ bathroom. Bobby, John and David wanted to erase that day forever. They were all heads of the anti-bullying committee and they knew bullying was bad from first-hand experience. They certainly did not want anyone to investigate what happened on the day that Timmy died.
Carl, the school janitor, had nightmares about that Halloween all the blood on the mirror. He still wondered if he should have told the police about the boys fooling around in the bathroom.
Bobby, John and David were so excited on the night of graduation. David had created a great yearbook and he elected Bobby and John to help him pass them out. Every student immediately opened their yearbook and said how fantastic the book looked – full of great memories of the school year.
When Bobby, John and David opened their yearbooks, a ghostly image of Timmy appeared on every page. “Where’s my yearbook?” was written in blood on the back page. The three boys freaked out. They ran back to the scene of their crime… the boys bathroom, and the mirror was once again covered in blood. Bobby, John and David were never heard from again.