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Séance on a Wet Afternoon
by Susan Champion
My mother had three sisters. We called them ‘the aunts’. There was Aunt Mable, Aunt Agatha and Aunt Penelope.
They often used to come to our house at the weekend, and we’d go for walks or play board games if it was wet.
This weekend it was raining hard, and we were deciding what to do.
“How about playing Ouija board?” Aunt Agatha suggested.
“Not under my roof!” my mother exclaimed, “I don’t want to meet my dear, dead husband!”
“I would have liked to hear how he died,” said Aunt Mabel.
“Have your say aunts”
“Monopoly?” suggested Aunt Penelope.
2 thoughts on “100 Word Story #6 Seance on a Wet Afternoon by Susan Champion”
A good one. Some things are left unsaid.
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An ending like that is the best bit. How i wonder did he die?
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