discover a magical world
Posted on 21/02/2016
by Louise Bunting
This post is for the Sometimes Stellar Storyteller’s Six Word Story Challenge. This week’s theme is supernatural.
Piercing screams echo through abandoned rooms.
Category: Six Word Story, Writing ChallengeTags: ghosts, Haunted, six word story challenge, sometimes stellar storyteller, Supernatural, ultra short story
Fab six word story, and the photo is perfect!
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Thanks, Sonya. I’m glad you like it. 🙂 I knew exactly what I wanted in the picture this week. Sometimes I can spend ages hunting through Pixabay for images – it’s so much easier when I can use my own photos!
Oh, I know. I spend entirely too much time on Pixabay and Unsplash hunting for the perfect photo…
Wonderful fusion of words and image…
Thank you, Charlie. I’m glad you like it. 🙂
So much punch in 6 little words, Great!
Thank you, Aileen. 🙂 I find writing these little stories a great exercise!
Very good, nailed it 🙂
Thanks, Ali. 🙂
GREAT six-word story. The image enhances it beautifully. I feel the screams echoing off the walls.
Ooou, that leave a lot to my imagination! Great 6 word story.
A great story in 6 words!!
Thanks, Aletta. 🙂 I’m glad you like it.
Great story, goosebump inducing! Thanks for entering the challenge again this week.
Thanks, Lynn. 🙂
I love these six words stories!
They’re great fun to write. 🙂 I’m glad you enjoy reading them.
Great job on this one! I’m so glad I’m not within hearing distance of the place! My imagination is running wild!
I’m glad you like it, Jessie. 🙂 It’s definitely not a place I’d want to live near!
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