The Haunted Vacation

A scary vision from the haunted vacation

By Christopher Bishop

Tell Time:  1 minute 30 seconds
Scare Rating:  2/5 Ghosts

Once upon a time there was a hard-working family.  They had been working constantly for 2 months.  One day they just couldn’t work any more, so the mom came up with an idea.

“Hey, lets take a vacation!” she said.  The dad and son agreed.  So that’s what they did.

After a day of looking for a place to go, they found one.  It was cheap and near 3 ponds and a lake.  On July 21, 1931 they went. It was a three-day drive and an hour ride on a boat.  They didn’t mind though; they were just so happy to go on vacation.

Once they got there, they immediately ran to the door.  Soon all their stuff was set up and they went to relax.

At sunset, they went to their rooms to get ready for bed.  Soon enough, the boy fell asleep.  At 12:50 a.m., the boy woke up to find himself floating.  He was super scared. He was there for at least 10 minutes. then he just fell back on his be.  He looked forward to find a floating torch.  He got up and followed the torch. He couldn’t see any thing but the torch.  All of a sudden, his hearing went out, followed by all his other senses.

In the morning all his senses were working again, he sprinted to his parents room and told them everything that happened.  They didn’t believe him, but he didn’t care.  He started an investigation.  He took all his toy spy cameras and hooked them up around the cabin.

The next morning he looked at the footage.  He saw a figure, but he couldn’t make out who it was.  That night, he stayed up.  He saw a blue fog-type trail.  He followed the trail into a room he’d never been in before — he never even knew it was there.

Boom!  He died just like that.

After that incident nobody stayed there ever again.

THE END

Copyright 2012

~ by The Ghost Writer on September 3, 2012.

One Response to “The Haunted Vacation”

  1. A little too scary for a Mom!

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