Lights in the Attic

The young girl in my story lives in a fantasy world most of the time. Her father works six days a week. She has no mother or siblings to play with, except for school she is by herself. So she created a fantasy world with playmates that she talks to. It takes up most of her time after school when her father is at work. Halloween spooks and goblins have always fascinated her. She does not understand the spirit world, but she has become involved with a friendly spirit. The experience seams so real that she becomes afraid and intrigued. Is it real or is it her imagination playing tricks? Of course, she couldn’t tell anyone.

The story becomes bizarre, scary, full of chuckles, and entertaining. It is the kind of story that you can’t stop reading.

--Ted Draper

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