Anne Bell – The Spirited Prankster

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The only residents remaining in the small town of Miners Hill are spirits. Humans don’t go to that side of the town for the fear that something ill may befall them. There have been cases.

Last month, Industrialist George Mehra ventured into the ghost town with an exorcist. The town was the perfect place to set up his industries. But he had no inkling as to what was in store for them!

They stealthily entered the town to begin their ritual to exorcise spirits. But Anne Bell, the spirited prankster, saw them. It was time for some harmless fun!

Unseen, she set George’s beard on fire while he was lighting the holy fire. And simultaneously, she slapped the exorcist. They looked alarmed. Next, she started tickling the exorcist’s armpits. He laughed and rolled around while George gulped saliva. Anne Bell then exorcised the intruders out by her final move – offering them her head on a plate!

Since then, no one has dared to go over to the Miners Hill.

This story is a part of a Mondays Finish The Story Challenge by Barbara Beacham. She provides us with a photo prompt, the first sentence, and approximately 150 words with which we are to use to write our story. To take up the challenge click hereMondays Finish the Challenge

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24 thoughts on “Anne Bell – The Spirited Prankster

      1. When writing your post, on the “text” tab, there is a button that says “Link.” For this week, you would add a line in your story that will use a link back to the MFtS challenge. You go to the MFtS post for that particular week, right click on the link (this would be for the current post and the URL indicates the date). Then click on the link button and right click again, which will fill in the URL line. Then hit the enter button. Where the “><" is, in between those symbols type in Mondays Finish the Story. Take a look at what I did in my comment. This is the code that WP uses to link posts….

        If you need additional help, just let me know! ^..^

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