Tag Archives: ghost fiction

Helvellyn (yeah write speakeasy #101, March 2013)

“I can never go back there.” She would, we’d both known that.  Janine just needed her moment at centre-stage. I’d turned away irritated.  We all missed Mel, but trust Janine to try to claim the greatest loss. Jack had sighed; … Continue reading

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Just a Game (Flashes in the Dark, October 2011)

  “Did you do this?” said Jake, surveying the diagonal crack across his son’s bedroom window. Billy shook his head. Jake sighed.  “I’ll get some glass at the weekend.  For the moment I’ll just tape it up.” *** Next morning … Continue reading

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Spectral Attraction, MicroHorror August 2010

If I’d known the house was haunted I would never have ventured off the beaten track. But the moment I glimpsed it through the trees I was drawn to it, and my mood, as I approached, became increasingly somnolent. It … Continue reading

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