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  A Thornwood Manor Mystery
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Wednesday, October 28, 2009
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“Something Wicked,

This Way Comes.”


William Shakespeare


We have many ghosts and goblins

Here, at haunted Thornwood Manor

I first saw this one, several nights ago

It rushed by me in the driveway, in a blur


It looked like an old woman in a cape

A tattered grey hood, covered its face

I knew I had never seen this one, before

I wondered why it had come to our place


I began to worry a little, when I saw it again

As I gazed out our window, one foggy night

This hooded figure seemed to be staring at me

And now, it was giving me, an odd, eerie fright


When I soon told my spouse about this new specter

She claimed that she had never seen this ghoul, before

So, I put its eerie, haunting vision in the back of my mind

Until the other night, when it now stood outside our backdoor


Now, mustering my curiosity and my courage, I opened the door

And this grey-cloaked figure rushed off into the deep, dark trees

My spouse begged me not to pursue it into the darkness, but I did

And I could now hear her screaming at me, “Be Careful, Pee Wee!”


But quite oddly, I soon found its grey cape and hood in some bushes

Then, I heard my wife now very oddly cackling, by our dark driveway

And, by her side, stood the now cloak-less canine co-conspirator of hers

It was Junior, our Momma’s Boy dog, also reveling in the trick they played


“I finally got you back, Mr. Trickster Pee Wee Wolfman;

My only regret right now, is that I should have video-taped you!”

And I have now vowed my revenge on Mean Tall Woman and Junior

Something Wicked Their Way Will Come, Before Howloween Is Through




©2009, A Revenge-Filled Pee Wee Wolfman Ed


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Reviewed by Patrick Granfors 10/30/2009
You know you've been had when your dog is in on the action. Patrick
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 10/29/2009
..this is so cute had me right up to the end
Reviewed by E T Waldron 10/29/2009
pee weeeeeeeeyou always make us chill with thrills of fright...If you insist on staying away from the party, I will cast my spell on you and mean tall woman and all your pets, then I'll have simon legree put you in the old truck and take you to Edvards.I know he wants you there,he's just being stubborn like you. I also asked Bela Lagosiand Peter Lorre to help get you to the party because you'd all be in a coma until you get there. So be good for a change and let us know you are coming, otherwise,there'll be hell to pay...sis morphed into etwitchy ;-) heehee...i got a new cookie for you, a surprise...hehehe
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 10/29/2009
I never would have been so mean, you should have call the cop on her!
Then again, that happens to you for be a snitch of your beloved brothers shenanigans!

EDvard, Ole Brother

Reviewed by Gene Williamson 10/28/2009
All I can say, Mr. Ed, is BOO! -gene.
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 10/28/2009
... any excuse for a good snog at the end of it all... make sure you keep her/their teeth away from your neck... :)) xx
Reviewed by Felix Perry 10/28/2009
Well done Mr. Ed, well done.
Reviewed by Mary Metcalf 10/28/2009
hmmmm, what will happen in four days time?? we are still not done i see. an enjoyable read as usual, i await with bated breath, dont wait too long though, i turn blue after a while

love and hugs and much laughter

mary etta
Reviewed by Ray { The Great Canadian Buzzard } 10/28/2009
So the Halloween tricks have begun at Thornwood Manor
Very fun to read, I enjoyed
The Buzzard
Reviewed by LadyJtalks LadyJzTalkZone (Reader) 10/28/2009
Glad to here she got one up on gentle and let her revel in it, you've had your share with her. Lady J
Reviewed by JASMIN HORST SEILER 10/28/2009
For a minute judging by the look of things I thought it was your brother Edvard, but I guess my eyesight is not what it used to be.
Happy Halloween! Jasmin Horst
Reviewed by Cynthia Borris 10/28/2009

You nailed it. Payback's a witch. Happy Halloween!

Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 10/28/2009
GREAT write for this spooky time of year; well done, Ed!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by Dawn Anderson 10/28/2009
Fun Halloween write!
Reviewed by Jeanette Cooper 10/28/2009
Love it!! A great Halloween story.
Reviewed by steve Chering 10/28/2009
omg' funny organ the poem was a ball!keep writing..
Mr Ed the imfamous' (more than famous)
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 10/28/2009
She got you, eh? Mean Tall Woman? *hee hee* Too funny! Well done, Ed (and Mean Tall Woman) and co-conspirator pups. =]

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Annabel Sheila 10/28/2009
Hilarious!!!! Sounds like you guys have lots of fun with Halloween. Way to go!! Loved your story.

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