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THE GHOST OF MOLLY EVANS

By uniquemonique All Rights Reserved ©

Fantasy / Mystery

Prologue

THE GHOST OF MOLLY EVANS

By Lynsey Collins

In a little village near London there was a manor.

There lived a man and his wife who were magical people, they did not like to have their neighbors talk about them, soon that secret was going to come to an end, as they slept in their bed...

At the top room of the manor was the attic room.

There lay their twin daughters in bed, sleeping like angels; well one of them.

The oldest twin,

opened her eyes with the feeling children have had at Christmas, she then started to jump on the bed,

doing everything to wake up her sister; who was not a morning person

"Marly wake up" she shouted still bouncing on the bed

Marly opened her eyes

"Stop it bell" she cried as she watch her sister jumping on the bed.

We had never asked to be magical people

"I don't care" cried Marly.

"We can use our powers your such a moan" she replied

then hit her with a pillow on the back,

then her sister sat up since going back to sleep was not allowed to happen

as she watch her sister still jumping on the bed with happiness

suddenly a large gust of wind blown open the attic window.

Bella was walking over to the window like she was in a trance

"Bella snap out of it" shouted Marly, her sister was getting closer to the edge of the room.

Her sister hauntingly touched the water in the worldpool at the window in an unfamiliar fashion. Marly dashed to catch her sister, with speed and arms expanding reaching out; catching her narrowly before a blow to her head.

She simply could not believe her eyes.

"You’re a mermaid" Marly exclaimed Marly.

"What! How did I get over here" cried Bella in confusion, as she tried to lift her off the floor. The room fell to darkness. Marly held her sister tight.

"I wont let anything happen to you" Marly might have been the youngest of them but she was the strongest of the girls. Without warning a black shadow figure enters the room and turns Bella back into a little girl again.

"Come my child" said the strange figure.

Bella rose and started acting like she was sleep walking again,

"where are you taking my sister"she bellowed.

"Ill be back for you" then her sister vanished.

Marly rummaged trying to gain entry into the portal that forcably was taking her sister from her , with an inaccurate angle she ended up feeling the wind rush threw her with a sudden realisation that she was outside and suprisingly on her feet with no injuries to be seen.

" I will get you back Bella", the grass infront of her feet lay her sisters necklace which she also had a matching one too, of a cat and a moon.

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