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Town of the Dead

Town of the Dead

By Drac Von Stoller

Copyright 12/27/14 by Drac Von Stoller

Shakespir Edition

Life in the small town of Castile Springs was pretty boring. The only excitement this little town ever saw was bingo day only because it was one hundred percent retirement population, but that was all about to change when Sarah being younger than the rest in the town thought this quiet little town would be a good place to work on her first novel for the summer.

Her first night in the town was pleasant until the owner of the house she was renting from asked her what her plans were. Sarah replied “I am working on my first novel and was looking for a small town for some peace and quiet to finish it.” The owner chimed in and said “Are you sure this is the place you really want to write your book?” “Oh, yes this is the perfect place,” replied Sarah. The owner didn’t like her answer so he said “I’m sure there are other town’s besides this one. This town only has old people residing here, I’m sure you will be bored not having anyone to talk too.” Sarah quietly answered saying “I’m a bit of a bore myself, so I think if I decided to make this my permanent residence I wouldn’t be any bother to anyone.” The owner answered in a low tone of voice saying “You know you can always change your mind in the morning.”

Sarah said “Thanks for your concern, but I really need to start writing, so if you don’t mind closing the door behind you and if I decide otherwise you’ll be the first to know.” “Okay,” replied the owner, in a voice of frustration.

After the owner closed the front door to the house she said to herself, “That man sure is an odd one and not very interested when I said that I may not leave when my novel is finished.”

Little did Sara know that the owner of the house she was renting from was the undertaker and since she didn’t heed his warning she was in for a hell of a night.

As night fell Sarah was really burning up the pages with her writing to not notice how fast time was flying by. Then the grandfather clock struck midnight and all hell broke loose and she immediately started losing focus on her writing. As she was about to lay her head down on her paper to dose off a loud knock on the front door startled her and called out “What do you want?” “I am in the middle of writing my novel,” but the knocking followed by eerie voices calling out to her. Sarah put her pen down and got up out of her chair and went to the front door to tell whoever it was to go away. Sarah opened the front door and screamed. There standing at the front door was the undertaker and all the dead townspeople that the undertaker had put six feet into the cold ground at the cemetery. Sarah immediately slammed the door in their faces and ran upstairs to her bedroom and locked herself in, but her reach for safety would be short lived because the undertaker and the dead townspeople broke the door down and went upstairs to rip Sarah to shreds and bury her at the cemetery. Moments later as Sarah was screaming and pleading for the town of the dead not to come in and kill her. The undertaker kicked in her bedroom door and Sarah knew she was as good as dead so she ran towards her bedroom window as the town of the dead was running towards her to get their hands on her but she ran through the glass window head first to her death below.

Sarah’s dream of finding the quiet perfect little town to finish her novel turned into a night of hell which cost her life. If only Sarah would have listened to the owner of the house she would still be alive and been able to finish her novel in another town, but that’s what happens when you don’t listen to the warning signs.


Town of the Dead

Life in the small town of Castile Springs was pretty boring. The only excitement this little town ever saw was bingo day only because it was one hundred percent retirement population, but that was all about to change when Sarah being younger than the rest in the town thought this quiet little town would be a good place to work on her first novel for the summer. Her first night in the town was pleasant until the owner of the house she was renting from asked her what her plans were. Sarah replied “I am working on my first novel and was looking for a small town for some peace and quiet to finish it.” The owner chimed in and said “Are you sure this is the place you really want to write your book?” “Oh, yes this is the perfect place,” replied Sarah. The owner didn’t like her answer so he said “I’m sure there are other town’s besides this one. This town only has old people residing here, I’m sure you will be bored not having anyone to talk too.” Sarah quietly answered saying “I’m a bit of a bore myself, so I think if I decided to make this my permanent residence I wouldn’t be any bother to anyone.” The owner answered in a low tone of voice saying “You know you can always change your mind in the morning.” Sarah said “Thanks for your concern, but I really need to start writing, so if you don’t mind closing the door behind you and if I decide otherwise you’ll be the first to know.” “Okay,” replied the owner, in a voice of frustration. After the owner closed the front door to the house she said to herself, “That man sure is an odd one and not very interested when I said that I may not leave when my novel is finished.” Little did Sara know that the owner of the house she was renting from was the ........

  • ISBN: 9781311098443
  • Author: Drac Von Stoller
  • Published: 2015-11-29 05:20:10
  • Words: 704
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