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Speak to Me
By Richard J Kallao
Tuesday, September 25, 2012

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Here we go, again ghosts and goblins that time of year for the scary people to come out .,so here is to Halloween .
 

The candle burned  on the table as she started talking we held hands the six of us and close our eyes,her voice was soft and tender but as she spoke it deepen and with a harsher tone to it . We were doing a seance and my friend was killed a week earlier and I wanted to asked her what happened She had died just so suddenly,not natural at all .
 

' So ,' I asked .
 

' Takes time you know we can't pick up the phone  say may I talk to this person, it doesnt work like that .' ,' she said . We then  waited,suddenly the table moved and it shook, we didn't know what then o do  then it then got dark the candle blew out,my own stomach felt uneasy and for the first time in twenty years I was scared .
 

' Mabel are you here,' came a familiar voice but we'd did not see who that voice belong to ,it was dark, suddenly an errie cold came over us all, we did not expect that .' Mabel Summer talk to us your sister requires to talk too you now .' Her voice was harsh now like a mother talking too  a child .She responded however it worked .
 

' I am here,Mabel Summers.' I felt chills throughout my body as I heard my sister's voice that was her ,there then was only one Mabel .We then  knew each other how each other acted our mannerism  we behave . We then knew our habits what boys we didn't like or like . We were sisters after all . Just like our parents knew then  us we knew each other . ' Hello Mabel,' I told her .It was her .Really her .Then the  room was still dark with the cold wind still sweeping over us all.
 

 

to Halloween . Have a spooky one .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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