Since October is Halloween month I thought I’d share a scary story with my readers. Be sure to read this ghostly tale by author Mike Staton. It’ll leave you with shivers. Only on today’s Writing Wranglers and Warriors.
I had a dilemma. Should I write a Writing Wranglers and Warriors post detailing the history of Halloween or undertake a risky move and write a scary story to mark trick-or-treat time? Well, I solved the dilemma. Here’s The Ghost Lady Who Didn’t Know She’d Died. Hope you enjoy my tale.
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The antique table’s oil lamp provided enough light to draw attention to the wrinkles on Old Man Tucker’s craggy face. Eighty years of hard work produced those age lines – cutting and hewing trees and sawing and hammering until Tucker had fashioned himself a cabin in Southern Ohio’s Dungannon Valley. He’d made the cabin’s furniture himself, including the kitchen table and the chairs the two of us now sat in. In one corner a wood-burning stove expelled heat that drove back the October chill. A pot…
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