A short ghost story – I never liked Friday Thirteenths. Not ever. The thing is, I didn’t even like the number thirteen. When I was
Leaving her grey gallows’ hill far, far behind her, the Shadow Girl was on her way to find out answers to almost answerable questions, searches for the One who was both shrouded in darkness and, quite possibly, an actual shroud.
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The Ship of Bones.. written by one of the Monty Python’s finest, Terry Jones, and read by Emma Middlemiss
Let us go then, you and I,
When street lights are spread lights out in the sky
Like box-set Netflixers fixated on sofas
It was a dark and stormy night. At least, it should have been. If scary stories and movies have ever taught us anything, all adventures and blood-curdling nightmares start with a crack of thunder… but it wasn’t. And up on…
The Turnip Princess
Recently rediscovered amongst a pile of manuscripts, this Fairy Tale was recorded by Franz Xaver Von Schönwerth in northern Bavaria during the 1850s…and is not quite like anything you’ve heard before.
A Dark Eyed Tale – The Undying Question On a windswept hill, under a swinging gallows tree, sits The Shadowed Girl, forever waiting. Her patience is eternal, unwavering. Many times, she has wondered why she died. There’s always that nagging…