THE END...The Haunting of Jessop's Manor
|By: Alleyoops, 1:13 PM GMT on April 01, 2008||+0|
A new story blog for all to enjoy and participate in. Hope you like this one as well as you did with McNamara's Case. Same rules apply as with my previous story blog. ENJOY!!!
Rules of the game:
l. you can take one of the characters and build on them, the circumstances they are facing etc during this story blog...if you were that person what would you be doing, who would you be talking to etc etc
2. You can add characters to the storyline as long as they follow within the bounds of the story.
3. Keep it clean, free from profanity. Be smart, think ahead and plan what you are going to do next. Add your own take on what is happening around you. Do you believe in Ghosts, what terror would you feel if you encountered such an entity or entities as this story will have.
4. PLEASE NOTE: Sorry but all entries that do not relate to the story at hand will be removed...
Dr Jason Burrows. A married 38 year old Oncologist who has recently accepted the position of Head of Oncology at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, Mass.
Carolyn Burrows. Jason's wife, 36, mother of 2 children, Nicholas age 8 and Kelly aged l0. She is a freelance illustrator who works from home.
The Setting: located just outside Auburn, Mass.
kudos to Kathydee for this pic.
THE HAUNTING OF JESSOP’S HALL
The fog is lifting over the graveyard and what is left of Jessop’s Hall, once a beautiful manor house. All that is left, is a burned out shell but its inhabitants have not left. A raven sits in the old oak tree, croaking a warning. “ Do not enter!” No matter how much the sun tries, it cannot warm the ground. A cold chill always permeates the area. If you look closely, bodies of little animals that ventured too close, litter the grounds. Evil resides here.
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