I awoke at night. I could tell by the moon, shining through a mangled tree. It was almost full, and it was at it's brightest. The tree's branches were old, and sticking out in all places. I sat up, and looked around. I was in a graveyard. There was an intense fog, and I could hardly see five feet in front of me.
"Hello?" I called out softly, my voice sounding almost like a small child. I heard a light rustling to my left, and my head whipped around to see where it had come from. I only saw gravestones. "Is anybody here?" My voice was even softer than before.
The only reply I got back was a light drip. It seemed like it had rained recently. I don't know how long I was out, but my guess was a couple hours. The moon was high in the sky, which means it was close to midnight.
I gave up on calling out, and instead started to explore the graveyard, and find a way out. Most of the tombstones were small, and fit into the ground, but some were a bit bigger, with more engravings. There were plenty of places to hide; and I didn't want anyone hiding from me. This place was spooky enough, but the thought of something else being there with me, something unknown. That freaked me out.
The grass was yellow and lifeless; the tree's holding no leaves. Everything here was dead, everything but me. Another rustling sounded close to my right. I spun around again. This time I could see a shadow run in my line of sight. My heart began to speed up.
"Hello!?" I called out again. My hands were clenched in fear. Again I got no answer. "Someone please answer me!" I was so scared that tears began to slowly fall down my face. "Please." I sounded so pathetic.
Thump. Thump. Thump. My heart beat against my chest powerfully. Thump. Thump. Rustle. I turned to see who it was, but no one was there. The tears reached my chin, and dropped to the ground, matching up with the rain on the trees. Drip. Drip. Thump. Thump. My senses were aware of everything.
There was the rustling again, except this time when I spun around, I saw a shadow lunging at me. My voice let out a high-pitched scream, which could shatter eardrums. I didn't see their face, but I felt the cold hands grab my shoulders. I awoke with a jolt.
It was just another Nightmare.