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The Case of Elizabeth Bathory!

By Meara Pennak

Romance / Horror

Chapter 1

The Case of Elizabeth Bathory!

Chapter 1

Me: Hello readers, welcome to the sequel to Halloween With The SPR!

Mai: Hey D-chan.

Me: Hey Mai. How is the lucky couple! :)

Mai: *Blush's* I think I am going to go make some tea. *Runs off to the kitchen.*

Me: Heheh, well I guess I am gonna be the one who does the disclaimer. :) I do not own Ghost Hunt, I wished I did, they belong to Fuyumi Ono. Now on with the story and enjoy readers! XD

... June 18, 8:17 A.M...

Mai's P. O.V:

I woke up to with my alarm clock blasting Kesha. I let out a groan. I sat up, I turn to look at what time it was, it read 8:17 A.M. "AHHHHHHHHHHHH! I'm going to be late to work!" I shouted. I scrambled out of bed and hurried to my bathroom to take a quick shower.

3 minutes later...

I exit my bathroom only wearing a towel. I ran to my closet where I choose a pink top, black shorts, and pink and black tennis shoes. I changed quickly. As soon as I was finished, I ran down stairs to my kitchen to grab some breakfast. I grabbed a piece of toast, my bag, and a light jacket. I quickly left my apartment almost forgetting to lock my door.

Naru's P. O.V:

I was busy typing away on my computer. When I heard are office door open and was closed. I heard a knocked on the door. "Come in." I said. "Sorry I am late Naru." Mai said. I stood up and gave my girlfriend a hug and a kiss on the head. "If you keep on coming in late I will have to dock money from you're pay check." I said. She started to pout. "Mai, could you please make me some tea." I said. She smiled and hurried to the kitchen to make some tea. I went back to my desk and started to type on the computer. I also had some case files for Mai to file. I grabbed the paper and stack them in a neat pile on my desk. I then heard a knock on the door. "Naru I got you're tea." Mai said as she enter the room. She sat a cup of tea on my desk. "Thank you, Mai. By the way you have file some documents for me." I said as I handed her a stack of paper. She nodded and left the room.

Mai's P. O.V:

I walked out of the Naru's office. I headed to Lin's office. I knocked on the door. "Come in." Lin said. "Hey Lin do you want some tea?" I asked. He stopped typing. He nodded. I place a cup of Chai tea in front of him. He smiled smelling his favorite tea. "Thank you Mai." Lin said. "You're welcome." I said. I smiled and left Lin's office. Then I heard the clicking sound of Naru and Lin's key boards. I Move to my desk I place my cup of tea on my desk and with the files in my hand, I went to the file cabinets. I place them in the back of the cabinet. I went back to my desk. I grabbed a book from my bag, that I had to finished before my summer break is over. As soon as I open the book the phone rang. "Hello, this is Mai Taniyama, how can Shibuya Psychic Research help you?" I asked

Naru's P. O.V:

I heard a knock on the door. "Come in Mai." I said. She open the door and smiled, "Naru, we have a client coming at 2:30 P.M today." She said. I nodded.

2:30 P.M...

I heard Mai greet the client. I stood up and walked out of the office. "Mai, please bring some tea and can you get Lin." I said. Mai nodded. She headed to Lin's door and knocked. "Lin we have a client." she said then she headed to the kitchen. "Hello, I am Kazuya Shibuya." I said. The client looked really shock but I have gotten use to seeing that look. "Could you please tell me you're name." I said. Lin sat down and began typing on his lab top. "My name is Kirstie Jokio." She said. Mai came out of the kitchen carrying a tray of tea. She sat a cup in front of me, Lin, and are client. "Thank you." The client said. "You're welcome." Mai said. "So can you tell us why do you need assistant with my company." I said. "Well my family just bought this castle to change it into a historical site. The castle is really old. It said that it was build during the mid-13th century by a person name of Kazimi. It also belonged to the most famous person Elizabeth Bathory, also known by the name as The Blood Countess or the The Bloody Lady of Csejte." She said.

Mai's P.O.V:

"How does this have to do with ghost?" Naru said. "Well strange things started happening." She said. "Like what?" Naru said. I sent him a glare. "It's okay, you can tell us all of the things you know so far." I said. The client smiled. "Well, a lot of the young tour guides have been disappearing, also people have reported hearing a women laughing, also the sound of liquid dripping, and we also have some tour guides and some tourist run away from the castle." She said. Naru stayed silent for a little while. "We will take the case, where is the place and we need a space for us to set up are equipment." Naru said. "Well that's the problem. The place where you have to go is in Slovakia next to the village of Čachtice." she said. "We will come, on June 20th around 7:45 P.M." Naru said. I smiled "Finally we get a case!" I cheered in my head.

Me: Well I am gonna stop here. Oh yeah there is kind of a history lesson involved in this case but don't worry I won't be boring! See ya all in the next chapter! :)


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