Just A Legend

Roberta 'Bobbie' Rowe is not the kind of person who believes in ghosts. A Halloween dare at her ridiculously spooky boarding school is no big deal, especially when her best friend Naya and cute local boy Caine agree to join in too. They are ordered to summon the legendary ghost of Bloody Mary: say her name five times in front of a candlelit mirror, and she shall appear... But, surprise surprise, nothing happens. Or does it?
Next morning, Bobbie finds a message on her bathroom mirror - five days - but what does it mean? And who left it there? Things get increasingly weird and more terrifying for Bobbie and Naya, until it becomes all too clear that Bloody Mary was indeed called from the afterlife that night, and she is definitely not a friendly ghost. Bobbie, Naya and Caine are now in a race against time before their five days are up and Mary comes for them, as she has come for countless others before... A truly spine-chilling yet witty horror from shortlisted 'Queen of Teen' author


6. November 5th: The Possession: Part Two.

     Bobbie, Naya, and Caine never left each other's sides, except when it came to personal business, such as using the bathroom. However, that wasn't such a good idea, either.
     Bobbie entered the bathroom, her bladder at the maximum it could hold. On her way out, something caught the corner of her eye. It was not her reflection or the reflection of Naya nor Caine; but indeed the ghost of England's past: Mary Tudor. She backed out of the bathroom, her blood falling from her face and her stomach in her ass, nearly tripping over her own feet as she watched Mary stare at her intently.
     Naya and Caine had heard the sound of an object that sounded like it was being slammed against something, and so they picked themselves up from the floor and ran to Bobbie, who was now on the floor, unconscious. The mirror was now shattered into a million pieces, and the two were frozen with fear at the thought of Mary escaping from the mirror that had trapped her, but what had truly happened was worse. Way worse.
     Groggily, Bobbie awakened, but her voice was not the same. Her voice had become rough, as if she had been suffocated multiple times end after end, but it was still different. It didn't sound the way it had when her voice was hoarse, but instead, it sounded like it would if you had been trapped in a mirror for nearly 456 years.
     Bobbie turned around to face Naya and Caine, her eyes red instead of their usual color: blue. Her skin was no longer fair, but was pale and partially peeled away; charred as if she had received a third-degree burn.
     Her laugh was extremely horrifying, but her appearance was even more so. She was wearing a tattered white dress, drenched in blood, and holding a dagger. She pulled herself from the ground before staring at the dagger like it was her life-long best friend. She smirked at them before taking the dagger and pressing it against her right cheek bone, digging it into her skin and dragging it downward, through her mouth, and upward, to her left cheek bone. She smiled a very sinister smile, blood dripping from her onto the floor.
     Naya and Caine could not utter a word, which made Mary laugh more. Mary was pleased with herself and what she was doing and had done, but she wasn't done yet. Before Naya and Caine could even breathe, Mary was strangling Caine, scratching his eyes out. Mary laughed as he fell to the floor, lifeless in a pool of blood.
     The only person left was Naya, who had become frozen in a world that she longer knew and was now forced to escape to a different world; a different reality. All that surrounded Naya was darkness. The trees were tall, narrow, and lifeless. The lake was a dull grey color, as well was the house. The words that had once repeated themselves to her and her friends, had now appeared again, louder.
     She didn't know where she was. Before she could comprehend anything, she accidentally ran into someone.
     "Could you help me? I think I'm lost," Naya spoke, but no sounds came from the stranger. Naya observed the stranger closer, a look of confusion on her face as she leaned forward. "Can you hear me?"
     The stranger, once again, spoke no words, but instead, turned her back to Naya and walked away. Naya did not want to be left alone in this unknown place, so she followed the girl into the house.
     Naya had not known that she had vanished into the world and home of Mary Tudor; and Mary was not happy.

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