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Lying awake in the dark room, staring up at the shadows that danced across the ceiling. Jason worried about the shuffling and thumps that he heard outside. Raccoons—not hungry zombies with grabbing arms—were prowling behind the house.

The first part is a participle phrase fragment. Unfortunately, there is no main clause, the essential component of a complete sentence.

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