Annabelle White the Sloppy Ghost

© 2015, Barbara W. Beacham. Monday Finish the Story, May 4, 2015. This photo brings you to the challenge page. Hosted by Barbara W. Beacham.
© 2015, Barbara W. Beacham. Monday Finish the Story, May 4, 2015. This photo brings you to the challenge page. Hosted by Barbara W. Beacham.

After losing her head, she realized that the rest of her body was falling apart!

Then the doll collapsed into a pile of plastic limbs and a wisp drifted out.

The vapory wisp took shape and solidified into the form of a young girl, which then clutched at her own hair in dire frustration.

She punched a wall- and went straight through it.

“I hate being a ghost! Screw possessing things, I can’t even punch the wall properly to vent my anger!”

Feeling like she had enough, Annabelle screamed her phantom lungs out.

And she screamed, and screamed even more. She screamed all night long.

But as she did so, she did not turn transparent. And she did not see the toddler behind the door, but the toddler could not believe her eyes either.

Word count: 119

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Annabelle White the Sloppy Ghost

25 thoughts on “Annabelle White the Sloppy Ghost

  1. If you get a chance and aren’t too “spent out” creatively, come over to Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers and write a story. Don’t feel like you have to though.

    I can just see this ghost and then the shocked look on the toddler’s face on seeing a ghost! Great story Fred.

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  2. Poor baby girl. Hopefully they’ll become friends and their will be a happy ending.
    Don’t be embarrassed about misspelled words. It happens to all of us.
    Be thankful for blog friends who let you know. I am. ;0)

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      1. ;0) I’m one of those who don’t see many errors which is good. There are a surprising amount of us who fill in the blanks as we read. So you don’t have to worry, we really don’t notice. But thank god for those who do see and tell us of our mistakes so we can correct them.

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    1. Things are prone to change, Suzanne! Things may turn out for the better. I just need to see if I can interpret the following photo prompts in my favor to turn this story around

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