The Bed – Fiona Faith Ross
2900 words Ghost story
Mother liked to collect antiques, but old things come with a history. The beautiful woman in the portrait that accompanied the Tudor four-poster bed held a secret, which she only revealed in the dead of night.
Included in the Collection ‘The Day Death wore Boots’
Sis and I jumped from one stone pillar to the next, careful not to fall down the cracks between the pitted, uneven flagstones, where the ghosts of the old mansion waited to snatch us into their spirit world. From our improvised playground in the spacious hall, we heard wheels rolling on the gravel outside, and the rumbling of a vehicle engine, a very big engine. We heard footsteps, and then the bell jangled at a distance, further inside the house.
The Day Death Wore Boots – A Collection of Ghost Stories
Find out if the miniature Western town is really a toy in the title story. Was Jed Holloway’s death really down to faulty brakes – The Haunted Rig? You want to go home from your holiday in the Costa Del Sol but is it safe – Spanish Midnight? Does it matter that you don’t believe in ghosts when the ghost believes in you – Shard?
From Pompeii to the Wild West, from Australia to the shores of the United Kingdom the spirit world may be closer than you think!
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