‘Jamie,’ I called as I walked inside the house, ‘Jamie, can you hear me? Are you home?’ I walked up the stairs and peaked into his room, he was not in. I guess he was probably still at school. Skipping back downstairs, I went off in search of a lamp. I planned to go back more »
‘Yes, you’re house,’ he repeated. He leaned back, ruffled his hair and watched me. I did not know what I felt first. Shock? No, that was not possible. Interest? No, that was not possible either. My interest had already been fulfilled once I walked down that secret passageway. Fear? The wider his smile got, the more »
I tried to open the door, even pushed it with all my might, but nothing happened. It did not even budge. I began banging the door; no sound could be heard from me.
I want you to picture how our house currently looked. Most of the times, it seemed that darkness had fallen over it. The sun had tried its hardest to push the darkness from the away, but it seemed as if it was part of the house. It did not have the typical ‘haunted house’ look more »
‘Mum, when will the electrician be in? The darkness is starting to get to me,’ I complained. ‘Soon, darling. Soon,’ was her response as she tied her hair It was just mum and I sitting at the table. Dad had gone to work, mum would leave in roughly 20 minutes. I’m not sure why I more »