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Haunted Piccadilly: Part III

He had suggested a weekend in Dublin two weeks ago when they were strolling through Hyde Park, and they’d decided this would be the perfect weekend to go. 821 more words

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Haunted Piccadilly: Part II

He was running late. Unfortunately he forgot to turn the alarm on last night when he was on his phone, he’d been too busy messing about instead. 777 more words

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Haunted Piccadilly: Part I

She noticed the little leather journal he was holding in his left hand, as he walked into Russell Square station. That’s what she noticed first, and that’s why she decided to change her daily route that day, and hop on the same train, and take a trip down the Piccadilly Line. 584 more words

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Short Story: The Dinner Party: Conclusion

Emily awoke at some point, from what felt like a truly horrible nightmare, and stared at everything that was around her, noticing that she was in what appeared to be a hospital room, all white and shiny, everything smelling clean and new. 1,944 more words

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Short Story: The Dinner Party: Part V

Emily could see all of the people standing over her, looking down at her, trying to figure out what had happened, what was wrong. She didn’t want to see any of them, she didn’t want to be where she was, she wanted to be with William. 941 more words

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Short Story: The Dinner Party: Part III

That sound, the echoing, was still going in Emily’s head, as she blinked over and over again, unable to focus her eyes. What was this information she had just been given? 1,686 more words

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Short Story: The Dinner Party: Part II

Her eyes sprung open, wild and mad, looking like a woman on the edge, which to be fair to those that saw her, she truly was. 962 more words

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