The chill in Dr. Pineyard's laboratory dropped 10 degrees as soon as he acquired that creepy human skeleton, whom I named Uncle Bob.
Uncle Bob's hollow eyes stared a hole through me while I quietly worked on my science project. I couldn't escape his frigid stare or from the cold chill running up my spine.
After weeks of his constant stares, I finally got a reprieve. Dr. Pineyard acquired another full human skeleton, who I quickly named, Aunt Bee. Uncle Bob and Aunt Bee fell madly in love and stared at each other instead of at me.
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