Tag: ghost story

What Mr. Trand Says about the Ghost

Part 2 of 6 in this complete, ghostly story. GETTING THE LOWDOWN “Mr. Trand, it’s important that I tell you-.” Pause.  Hodge knew that Trand was the kind of client who liked to interrupt people because he had things he...

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The Unexpected Tenant

Part 3 of 6 in this complete, ghostly story. A GHOST RESTAURANT  Mandy drove through the famous Castro neighborhood at a slow as snails pace. She wanted to take in the cute shops and cafes that were within walking distance...

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An interesting talk with a Mysterious Man

Part 4 of 6 in this complete, ghostly story. DO YOU BELIEVE IN GHOSTS? “Are you afraid of ghosts, Mr. Stewart?” Well that certainly took him by surprise. Not that it was the first time he’d been asked, just that it wasn’t the...

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Readying for the Serial Killer Ghost

Part 5 of 6 in this complete, ghostly story. GETTING READY FOR THE HUNT They weren’t sure how long they’d need to wait for Don Leightonan to start haunting them, so Mandy and Ric brought sleeping bags and take out Chinese food....

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Disastrous Haunting

Mandy Bretzel has been managing rental properties in San Francisco for years, but a certain old house in the Castro district is costing her money.

The ghost of a serial killer isn‘t just haunting the place, he’s controlling it, terrorizing tenants. When Mandy discovers a Ghost Eater named Patrick Stewart, facing the fears she‘s been trying to deny become as impossible as ignoring the man‘s charm.

The two join forces to face those fears together, but the serial killer ghost has plans of his own.

A SAVVY BUSINESS WOMAN JOINS FORCES WITH AN UNLIKELY ALLY IN THIS GHOSTLY HALLOWEEN SHORT STORY.

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“Disastrous doesn’t even begin to cover it, Hodge.” Mandy Bretzel sighed and closed her eyes, lightly tapping her temples with two fingers at each side, trying to mimic the thing that the one stocky masseuse with a Klingon mustache did to ease all the stress and problems right out of her skull. Mandy really needed to call that woman; she was amazing.

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