Friday Fictioneers – 4/8/2013 – “Bye Bye” – Genre: Horror

Photo taken from: http://rochellewisofffields.wordpress.com/2013/03/06/8-march-2013/

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“Bye Bye”

“Quit being such a baby!”

“I am not being a baby, Cheril.  There’s something there.”

“We are getting a lot to check this place out, so do your job.”

Link climbed the old rickety staircase going up to the “haunted attic.”

He did not like the feelings he had when others had simply told him about this place where a young woman was murdered.  He opened the door.

Cheril waited, impatiently, with Jake.  Ten minutes later, there was a crash and a bulb shattered at Cheril’s feet.

They looked for hours, but never found anything of Link except his equipment.

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I don’t normally do this, but http://thewritersvillage.wordpress.com/ pointed out something in a comment.  So, giving proper credit, I give you number 2:

“Bye Bye” (2) – Humorous

“Quit being such a baby!”

“I am not being a baby, Cheril.  There’s something there.”

“We are getting a lot to check this place out, so do your job.”

Link climbed the old rickety staircase going up to the “haunted attic.”

He did not like the feelings he had when others had told him about this place where a woman was murdered.  He opened the door.

Cheril and Jake looked desperately for him.  A crashing sound put him behind a stack of old suitcases on his back.

“You know what we have?”

“Oh My God!  We found the missing link!”

Namaste,

Scott

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