and awful tales
off the lights, turn down the contrast on your monitor and wallow
in some virtual goosepimple moments! Then send us your own spooky
in the doorway - Heather
a year and a half ago I went to stay at my sisters house for
a few days and she was telling me about a ghost that lives in
her house with her.
scared to look - Neil Horner
a few strange happenings in their house Neil's wife see's a
man standing by their window while Neil hides under the covers!
Diamond - Fatmir Terziu
finding a diamond-shaped glass stone on his way to school, strange
things start happening to Sam... He and his friends find a trapdoor,
a passageway - and a unicorn.
Ghost Story - by Gill Wilkinson
hasn't seen her husband, Mark, for a while .. then suddenly
there's a need to confess to a murder.
Your Tomorrows - by Helen Shay
is leaving. It just isn't working with Tony, though he loves
her, how can she commit to another man after losing John? So,
it's over and she's leaving .. then she sees the flowers.
Staring Church - by Paul Spencer
the dimly lit, shadow shrouded churchyard, has he imagined or
heard that unearthly sound? Why is the normally chill atmosphere
so strangely changed, and why, oh why, does the church seem
to be staring at him?
in Time - by Nick Fletcher
sees a beautiful nun in the railway cafe,. At the same time
a gaunt, haunted looking old man seems to be giving him verbal
abuse. How can these be connected?
Go Alone - by Anne Parkinson
Stray is one of the town's most unique features, but it's not
a place to be alone at night. Especially not in fog .. and most
especially not near Tewit Well!
Cats - by Shaun Allan
an evening that time might like, one day, to forget. In the
alleyway two sleepy cats wake and listen, wait and watch.
Out - by Stuart Hunt
play is over, the stage is empty. Late night chit chat revolves
around the theatre's ghosts. They haven't been seen for years
though, have they .. or have they?
Night Before - by Renee Mumford
so romantic to elope, So exciting to be getting married in the
morning. But the night before her wedding, Renee gets a shock
that could last for years! True story.
Warning - by Mrs Mandy Worrall
was a sleepless night, which is often brain-food for the imagination.
So when strange things start to happen, you just have to take
it step by scary step.
Spirit - by Tony Martin
Charlie Jones gets a sad shock when he goes into his mother's
bedroom. But coping with his new situation is complicated by
circumstances completely beyond his control.
Builder - by Anne Eckersley
got problems with her team. Will she ever measure up to their
expectations, and their memories of better managers, and days
gone by. Who can she turn to?
- by Philip Lickley
it isn't rats, then what could possibly be making that scratchy
sound? Does the house beside the cemetery have a story to tell,
or secrets to keep?
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