The Strange Inheritance – Story Recap

A while ago I started writing this horror story and I have to say, Horror is not a natural genre for me. I am very easily scared and I do not watch horror films or read horror books. As you can guess, writing this has been difficult, but it just seemed to want to be written, as if an unseen hand has been guiding me, forcing me on. There have been long pauses between instalments and I had to stop at one point because I kept having nightmares, full on waking up screaming, wicked nightmares! Later, I will post the final part of the story and then, I hope that whatever has been compelling me to write this story will let me rest and the weight of this burden will lift.

Firstly, if you would like to read the story from the beginning, I have posted the links below:

Part One:

Part Two:

Part Three:

Part Four:

Part Five:

Part Six:

Part Seven:

FOWC with Fandango — Weight


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14 thoughts on “The Strange Inheritance – Story Recap”

  1. You are a baby like me!
    Don’t give yourself nightmares! Sleep is a very wonderful thing…not to be forsaken!
    It is ok to watch musicals, pixar movies and less traumatic drama. At least you can achieve your full quota of beauty sleep afterwards 🙂

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    1. Seven Brides for Seven Brothers is one of my Mum’s favourites (I like it too) because she had seven brothers. I also like Guys and Dolls, Anything with Doris Day in (especially Calamity Jane), Oklahoma and Easter Parade to name but a few. 🙂

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  2. I hope for your sake you can rest easy after this and suggest you don’t go there in future. Hate to see you losing nights of sleep just for a fiction tale.
    I was reading the other day about a swimmer whose legs were seized by a shark. She punched the shark in the nose as hard as she could and it let go and swam away. Yes, she had wounds, but her action saved her. I think her brave reaction might be worth emulating when some pernicious idea starts gnawing on me — as happens now and then. 😉

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