London Museum’s Last Bad Experience

July, Friday 14th, 1994     July, Friday 13th, 1994

 A *SMASH* came from the Staff Meeting room of the London Museum. All of the members of staff rushed through the museum to the meeting room. It was almost like a large stampede of horses, speeding through the dry lands! One particular woman named Caroline was very brave, and offered to risk her life, and peek in first… Suddenly out of nowhere, a large thump came from behind all of workers and families… Out of the shadows crept a dark figure, the figure was tall and plump. A small object fell out the creature’s hand, it vanished. They placed the bone-like object in a small, airtight case, because it was said to cursed. Every time a family walks past it, they always get a freaky chill down their spines, and they get a bad vibe. No one knows why this bone object is cursed, but some paranormal experts believe the soul of that tall figure is trapped in that object…

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Molly’s Diary Entry *1*

It had been raining all morning, and I was starting to get quite frustrated! All I could think was, could there be a large rain or thunder storm on it’s way? I had been playing Animal Crossing and Pocket Knights 2 since eight o’clock to eleven o’clock. I levelled up quite a bit, but it was still very boring. This particular day was not a lucky day… I started to feel ill. But luckily it was a Saturday, so I didn’t have to worry about school and I could just sleep and tell my Mum. Soon after, a large storm approached…!

Ceramic Kitty *PART 3*

Nibs wandered aimlessly around Maddy’s bedroom searching for her. Soon after, Maddy walked in with a frown plastered across her face. “Poor Maddy!” Nibs thought quietly. Nibs padded over to Maddy who sat on her bed silent and motionless, still with a frown. “What’s wrong Mads?” Asked Nibs enthusiastically. “I failed my Maths Test, and now i’m a laughing stock!” Cried Maddy sadly. Nibs cuddled up to Maddy and they eventually fell asleep.

Maddy woke up to a shock of lightning coming from right outside her bedroom window.

A Strange Portal For Ghosts

She had found it lying alone, deserted, abandoned in the attic. After making the discovery, Anna had gazed and marvelled at it for some time. Where had it come from? Why had no dust settled upon it, as it had done over everything else that resided in her attic? A layer of the thick dust blanketed the attic floor, and as the sunlight glared through the attic windows, the dust particles yet to settle were illuminated as they hovered in the stuffy air. Yet, the mirror looked flawless, untouched by age, not a finger print in sight.

Anna propped the mirror up against one of the thick, timber beams that jutted from the attic floor. Settling down into a comfortable position, she tentatively placed a finger against the glass. Her long, shaking finger went right through the glass like a portal. She flinched backwards in shock! Anna stared back, confused and bewildered! All she could think is, why do I feel a bad vibe. Anna felt a cold chill on her neck, as if some spirit was slowly breathing on her neck as if just being in a freezer! She turned herself around, but no one was there! Anna thought there might be a draft, so she ignored it at first. Until she started seeing orbs and hearing faint whispering! She was an expert in everything paranormal, so this was quite normal, to her at least…

A few months later, Anna had forgotten about everything that happened in the attic, so she was quite confident to go get the Halloween decorations. All she hated was cobwebs and spiders. Anna lived in Australia, so it was quite normal to see large spiders and snakes. But Anna hated huge bugs, all bugs in fact. As Anna climbed the ladder, she heard an eerie sort of singing coming from a dark corner of the attic. She saw a little girl in chains and ropes, she sat there singing a sad, spine chilling tune. “Oh mother of me, how dare you…” She sang. Anna crept backwards and never went up there again…

Peace and Gratitude

The war had just started between Russia and England. Russia was much larger, so they had a better chance. But England backed out, they said Russia was too strong. So every member of the UK army tied a rope on the end of their guns. They all spent months on building a huge gun statue with a rope on the end. It took a total of 1 year, 278 days, 19 hours and 25 seconds, that is a long time. Though loads of people passed away building this amazing landmark, it was still very worth it. It was a statue of peace and gratitude…