A ghostly tale that keeps you in suspense until the great twist at the end.
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Ghosts of New Year
Have you seen it?
“What?” I said looking around.
The Past. The Present. The Future.
“I’ve seen two of them,” I replied and jumped behind the fridge. There was nobody there.
Such a shame. Such a shame.
The voice ricocheted around the room as though the last lonely echo fleeing a subterranean tunnel.
“John, is that you?”
I had no idea why I said it because I’d only ever known one John and he’d died in a car crash aged seven. There was just something about the voice that made me panic, set my heart all a jitter; it unnerved me.
I wish I could show you the future as I see it in colours and sound and cascades of gold. I can’t, though. No, not yet.
“Look whoever you are!” I growled in as fearsome a tone as I could muster. “Who are you? Where…
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