Her grandmother had a plan. "Okay, Joseph has dashing good looks! If he can convince the world that vampires do exists, and that they are coming, we might still have a chance!"
"Grandma! That's perfect!" Joseph heard and agreed to it.
They got to the police station, and Joseph went in.
"Hello. What seems to be the problem?" The woman at the station said.
"Yes. Well, I know you guys have a lot on your hands, and probably won't believe me. But---"
"We'll believe anything."
"Okay, I warned you. Don't think that I'm crazy because as you can see, I'm not. Right?" He smiled at her. She froze.
"Uh--Uh. Yeah. You can't be."
"The world is going to be attacked."
"Terrorism? Are you part of it!?"
"No you've gotta believe me! It's not terrorism!" He gave an innocent look.
"Oh---Um---Well then what's going to happen?"
"You've heard of them. Vampires."
"They really do exist. I can prove it."
"Ok-kay." She laughed. "How?" He sped behind her, and sped back. He picked up a chair, piled up with a table, and another chair. She froze. "Oh my god...They really do exist." He nodded.
"How do I know that you're not with them?"
"I'm on your side. My human friend is outside right now."
"Okay. I'll see what I can do. But you'll have to help me if they want proof."
"Alright. Thank you."
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