A family moves to a town for a new start only to find they are trapped by gossip and secrets.A house they loved becomes a nightmare when their daughter becomes stranger every year.
A funeral vampire is a spirit that feeds from the energy of the dead and the living.
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10-years later Maya King was in 5th grade at Red River School. The children in school heard about Maya’s parents practicing witchcraft. The town rumors caused Maya to be ridiculed. The children were endlessly cruel to her. Poked her in the back with sharp pencils, spat in her face, pulled her long black hair called it a witch’s mop. Even the teachers treated her like an outcast. Maya’s only defense was to retreat to a quiet place during school.
Her looks were simple but different from other children. She had wavy coal black hair that wasn’t kept neat just loosely in a ponytail. Her deep-set eyes matched her hair. Her pale skin was like a ghost. Teachers found her personality boring. Maya’s academics were average just barely passing any subject. Her comfort zone was in the back of the class avoiding everyone. A teacher called on her to read aloud from a textbook. Maya remembers stuttering over simple words. With every word, every stumble her face felt hotter. Felt as if it was going to burst. She could hear everyone whispering around her and see their eyes fixed on her stupidity. Students in the class started to giggle and exchange looks with each other. Maya noticed the teachers who made her stand and read did it out of pure spite.
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A true story took place in Ohio many years ago. A woman was believed to be driven mad and poisoned her family. She also had an obsession with any funeral in town.
Many people come around to see a unique tombstone known as the witchs ball. Oddly enough the gravesite they keep bothering is not hers. She died in prison. The only connection is living on the same road.