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Ghost Story It was a cold dark winters night and the fog covered the ground. I was taking the normal root home from work that night. When suddenly my car came to a halt. I tried to restart the but nothing happened. I grabbed my mobile phone from my bag and started to dial my home number, so someone could come and get me but the battery died. I decided to put the radio on to keep me company as the road was really quiet which is unusual for a Friday night. As I listened to the music on the radio, I was hoping that someone might drive by. I looked out of the front window and noticed something out the corner of my eye. ...read more.


I was so frightened I could hardly breath I closed my eyes and counted to five I opened them again. The dark figure was still there; it was starring right at me. My eyes seemed to be fixed on the dark figure as if I were in a trance. I could here my heart pounding harder as all these horrible thoughts when through my mind. I reached for the keys in the ignition. I turned the key but nothing happened. I look in the rear view mirror but the figure had gone. I felt a cold shiver go down my spine, which made the hairs on my back stand on end. I turned to look behind me just in case my eyes weren't deceiving me. ...read more.


I looked at my phone the battery was recharged. As I drove away I looked in the rear view mirror back at where I was and there again the dark figure stood but this time the little girl was standing beside him. The next morning while eating my breakfast I was watching the morning news. As they when through the last news they came to one story where a little girl and her father had driven off the road and both had died. They show pictures of the scene and a picture of them. To my horror there the little girl stood next to her dad in the picture just as she had done as I drove away that night. I felt that same shiver go down my spine and the hairs stand up on my back. 1 Charlotte Precious ...read more.

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