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I was a ghost

I had found out on the news that a couple of people had died, including Kit Walker (Evan Peters’ character in Anerican Horror Story Asylum). I was gravely ill and passed away. Nobody came to my funeral and only a few people knew I was actually dead. I met up with the people I had seen on the news who had died in heaven. We were all spirits and sent back into the world. I went to talk to my ‘daughter’ (I don’t have a daughter or a partner) and I started talking to her. I couldn’t tell if anyone could see me or not. I had to go and visit other people but when I came back and talked to her again, her dad asked her who she was talking to and she replied ‘Kit Walker’ but I told her that I was her mummy. I carried on talking to her every day and went with her to places such as water parks. I still couldn’t tell if people could see me or not. I decided to go and see my family, who were on a caravan holiday. I found them outside having a barbecue. One of my aunty’s was shouting ‘come on (my name) love, the foods getting cold’. I went inside their caravan just as I heard my other Aunty told them I had passed away weeks ago. None of them had noticed I was dead and didn’t seem to care when told. I tried to see if I could walk through walls, which I couldn’t. When I was coming out, one of my family members was waiting at the bottom of the steps, seemingly looking at me waiting for me to come down but he didn’t look surprised so I don’t know if he could see me. My family started to pack things away because they were going somewhere but my Aunty who had known I was dead came to me and told me to put my shoes on and just follow them.

Posted 2 months ago
 
 
 
 

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