The Psychic Society: Chapter 5

Jillian stood outside the LaGuardia Airport, the sky darkened by black clouds, visibility blinded by sheets of pouring water. She pulled her coat tightly around her neck, relieving the unusual chill crawling down it. Her good for nothing brother had the audacity of not meeting her at the airport! And though it was comforting to have … Continue reading The Psychic Society: Chapter 5

The Curse of Spring-Heeled Jack Part 3

Bartholomew went to bed early that night, with an unshakeable, eerie feeling. There was something strange about that day after leaving Ms. Berkley's garden. He couldn't shake the feeling that something was watching him from the corners of his eyes, and when he turned to look, no one was there, like a ghost forever haunting … Continue reading The Curse of Spring-Heeled Jack Part 3

The Curse of Spring-Heeled Jack Part 2

"Thank you for allowing me to come over, Ms. Berkley," said Bartholomew as the two sipped tea on her garden porch. Ms. Berkley smiled, the few wrinkles on her face betraying her age, however her young, blue eyes, so captivating, dispelled any discomfort of his own attraction for her. "Well, I so glad that you would … Continue reading The Curse of Spring-Heeled Jack Part 2

The Curse of Spring-Heeled Jack Part 1

The name had been scarcely heard for generations, only a murmur of the rumoured scoundrel survived after the first attacks, but every once in a while a new story would perk up, as it happened to Bartholomew Craig not so long ago. Bartholomew, a young man who just graduated high school, spent the bulk of … Continue reading The Curse of Spring-Heeled Jack Part 1