Possession

Arthur was said to have committed suicide, but unknown from anyone he was killed. His spirit seeking justice and revenge in on plate. And then Almyra appeared. The girl who can see him whom he asked for help in search of his killer.

Now, because of an accident, Almyra suffers a comma having Arthur have a way of taking over her body in order to plan his eternal revenge.
Two souls sharing one body.

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5. Chapter 4: School haunt

I had nothing else to do that day so I tagged along with Almyra into going to school. Although she felt a bit irritated over my presence, she was trying her best to ignore me avoiding any weird contact with my direction or even trying to shoo me away as she normally does.

I was sitting down my old seat while looking at our physics professor who, in the past, had nothing productive to do but scold me about my sitting position which he says very distracting and disrespectful. Of course, I’d ignore that and his face would burst red and it affects his teaching capabilities which students didn’t like about him. He actually received a low evaluation last semester yet he’s still here, teaching us with that same attitude.

I yawned. Although I know I shouldn’t be sleepy when I’m just a walking air I still felt bored. I stood up that I wasn’t expecting to actually move my chair that created a creaking sound that made my seatmate abruptly stood up from shock. The other students, especially the ones in front of me also began to back away as if going to get eaten by some kind of monster. Their horrified look made me wanted to laugh after watching them scram.

Almyra was just on the corner, looking at me with a raise of brows with a ‘what in the word are you doing’ glance. Sighing as she also stood up and pretended to back away.

“Just stay calm! Class, make sure you won’t hurt each other!” the professor said in panic.

“Man, sorry about that.” I raised my hand when likely nobody can see except Al who actually didn’t care at all. I moved away from my seat and cautiously made my way towards the door where they are all prepared to run away from.

“Almyra!” a classmate of mine shouted, pushing Al forward. “Help us out!” the girl said.

“What should I do?” Al asked back a bit confused.

“At least try talking to him. Make him leave!”

“But—“

“You’re our class rep! At least take some responsibility!”

“Hey, that’s a bit stereotype.” I said although knowing that nobody could actually see or hear me at all.

“What am I supposed to do?” Al asked again.

“Well, tell him to leave!”

“Leave?” Al pretended clueless as she turned towards the door where I am then back to my table. “Umm, could you please walk out the door?” she said seemingly unsure.

“Okay…” I said held the knob and shut it close. A lot of my classmates screamed and started busting out the door while I waited for all of them to sprint out leaving Al who seemed staring a bit amused.

“You’re a crazy apparition.” She said as she shook her head with a snort.

I placed my hands on my pocket smiling victorious. “Well. I’m a bit of a bad guy.” I replied with mirth.

“I’m getting out, by the way. They might find me suspicious.” She said making her way towards the door and went out. I followed and watched as the students looked really scared of my spirited body as if they’re in a hunted school—which is actually possible since I’m here scaring them.

“Anyways, didn’t they know that I’m still actually alive?” I asked.

“Nobody said you were. Don’t you have any friend who could spread the news?” she asked.

“Well… my friends aren’t actually students here. Well, not that I’m really introverted. They’re just acquaintance, but not friends so probably, they didn’t bother visiting me.”

She sighed. “Then I’ll be telling them that you’re alive.”

“As if they cared if I’m alive though.” I replied back.

“Well, you’ll never know.” She whispered and began to ran towards the group of students who had successfully and safely managed to get on the campus ground. Some girls were hugging each other and men are… don’t know somewhat panicking over what they have witnessed and other were actually laughing it out in interest.

“Oops. I guess I went too far.” I said how I usually sound uninterested while chewing a gum on my mouth while back when I was still conscious.

“What happened Almyra? What took you so long?” the professor asked.

“That wasn’t Arthur.” Al said.

“What are you talking about? IT was Arthur!” one of our classmates said trying not to look to afraid.

“I visited him yesterday, he’s still alive. I’m sure it’s not him.”

They looked at each other unsure. And then back to the class representative. “If it’s not him then who?” they asked seriously.

“Well, someone must be playing prank…” Al followed up then think again. “Or probably a ghost passing by.”

“Are you serious?” Another skeptically said in frustration. “I don’t understand. Why would a ghost appear so sudden?”

“Guys, this is just a coincidence. Listen to me, I stayed there for seconds and it’s gone. We can go back and continue our class.” Al tried convincing our classmates for minutes. It caused a bit of arguments between the class before the professor had finally spoke to reunite the class from going back to the class careless of their fear on their class. So like it or not, they were all back to their beloved haunted classroom.

It was lunch break. I went up on the roof to watch the normal daily routine on the campus ground. It feels like I wasn’t really dead at all. Everyone seemed at peace and it’s been a while since I noticed people with their own colleagues and simply acting the way they do.

“Quite cold out here.” A voice spoke that made me looked back finding Almyra closing the door gently then faced back at me. “So, what’s the plan on your day two?” she asked.

“Plan?” I asked back a bit out of thought.

She brought out her phone and seemingly to be checking the time. “I think I should head back to the dock. I might find some clues there.” She said. “That’s where you’re going to meet me later on after class. You understand?”

“Yeah. Sure.” I replied making her leave in reassurance opening the door and then closing it again as she still letting me hear her footsteps fading inside the door. I stretched up my arms and yawned. I guess I’ll go to the hospital and visit my body for a while. I bet mom’s there too still taking care of me as she always does and Dad’s probably at work since there’s no dead body to actually take care of or any burial to arrange since I’m just actually sleeping on the coffin. “I guess it’s time I take care of my own body don’t I?” I told myself as I started making my way towards the exit.

Chapter 4: School haunt

I had nothing else to do that day so I tagged along with Almyra into going to school. Although she felt a bit irritated over my presence, she was trying her best to ignore me avoiding any weird contact with my direction or even trying to shoo me away as she normally does.

I was sitting down my old seat while looking at our physics professor who, in the past, had nothing productive to do but scold me about my sitting position which he says very distracting and disrespectful. Of course, I’d ignore that and his face would burst red and it affects his teaching capabilities which students didn’t like about him. He actually received a low evaluation last semester yet he’s still here, teaching us with that same attitude.

I yawned. Although I know I shouldn’t be sleepy when I’m just a walking air I still felt bored. I stood up that I wasn’t expecting to actually move my chair that created a creaking sound that made my seatmate abruptly stood up from shock. The other students, especially the ones in front of me also began to back away as if going to get eaten by some kind of monster. Their horrified look made me wanted to laugh after watching them scram.

Almyra was just on the corner, looking at me with a raise of brows with a ‘what in the word are you doing’ glance. Sighing as she also stood up and pretended to back away.

“Just stay calm! Class, make sure you won’t hurt each other!” the professor said in panic.

“Man, sorry about that.” I raised my hand when likely nobody can see except Al who actually didn’t care at all. I moved away from my seat and cautiously made my way towards the door where they are all prepared to run away from.

“Almyra!” a classmate of mine shouted, pushing Al forward. “Help us out!” the girl said.

“What should I do?” Al asked back a bit confused.

“At least try talking to him. Make him leave!”

“But—“

“You’re our class rep! At least take some responsibility!”

“Hey, that’s a bit stereotype.” I said although knowing that nobody could actually see or hear me at all.

“What am I supposed to do?” Al asked again.

“Well, tell him to leave!”

“Leave?” Al pretended clueless as she turned towards the door where I am then back to my table. “Umm, could you please walk out the door?” she said seemingly unsure.

“Okay…” I said held the knob and shut it close. A lot of my classmates screamed and started busting out the door while I waited for all of them to sprint out leaving Al who seemed staring a bit amused.

“You’re a crazy apparition.” She said as she shook her head with a snort.

I placed my hands on my pocket smiling victorious. “Well. I’m a bit of a bad guy.” I replied with mirth.

“I’m getting out, by the way. They might find me suspicious.” She said making her way towards the door and went out. I followed and watched as the students looked really scared of my spirited body as if they’re in a hunted school—which is actually possible since I’m here scaring them.

“Anyways, didn’t they know that I’m still actually alive?” I asked.

“Nobody said you were. Don’t you have any friend who could spread the news?” she asked.

“Well… my friends aren’t actually students here. Well, not that I’m really introverted. They’re just acquaintance, but not friends so probably, they didn’t bother visiting me.”

She sighed. “Then I’ll be telling them that you’re alive.”

“As if they cared if I’m alive though.” I replied back.

“Well, you’ll never know.” She whispered and began to ran towards the group of students who had successfully and safely managed to get on the campus ground. Some girls were hugging each other and men are… don’t know somewhat panicking over what they have witnessed and other were actually laughing it out in interest.

“Oops. I guess I went too far.” I said how I usually sound uninterested while chewing a gum on my mouth while back when I was still conscious.

“What happened Almyra? What took you so long?” the professor asked.

“That wasn’t Arthur.” Al said.

“What are you talking about? IT was Arthur!” one of our classmates said trying not to look to afraid.

“I visited him yesterday, he’s still alive. I’m sure it’s not him.”

They looked at each other unsure. And then back to the class representative. “If it’s not him then who?” they asked seriously.

“Well, someone must be playing prank…” Al followed up then think again. “Or probably a ghost passing by.”

“Are you serious?” Another skeptically said in frustration. “I don’t understand. Why would a ghost appear so sudden?”

“Guys, this is just a coincidence. Listen to me, I stayed there for seconds and it’s gone. We can go back and continue our class.” Al tried convincing our classmates for minutes. It caused a bit of arguments between the class before the professor had finally spoke to reunite the class from going back to the class careless of their fear on their class. So like it or not, they were all back to their beloved haunted classroom.

It was lunch break. I went up on the roof to watch the normal daily routine on the campus ground. It feels like I wasn’t really dead at all. Everyone seemed at peace and it’s been a while since I noticed people with their own colleagues and simply acting the way they do.

“Quite cold out here.” A voice spoke that made me looked back finding Almyra closing the door gently then faced back at me. “So, what’s the plan on your day two?” she asked.

“Plan?” I asked back a bit out of thought.

She brought out her phone and seemingly to be checking the time. “I think I should head back to the dock. I might find some clues there.” She said. “That’s where you’re going to meet me later on after class. You understand?”

“Yeah. Sure.” I replied making her leave in reassurance opening the door and then closing it again as she still letting me hear her footsteps fading inside the door. I stretched up my arms and yawned. I guess I’ll go to the hospital and visit my body for a while. I bet mom’s there too still taking care of me as she always does and Dad’s probably at work since there’s no dead body to actually take care of or any burial to arrange since I’m just actually sleeping on the coffin. “I guess it’s time I take care of my own body don’t I?” I told myself as I started making my way towards the exit.

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