Haunted Coast #86

I walked to the pub next morning. The landlord’s face broke into his usual sneering smile.

Your friend’s not here. Checked out before breakfast.

Did he say anything before he left? Leave any messages?

I knew the answer. The landlord’s pitying smile told me all I needed to know.

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If you’ve just stumbled on this blog, welcome. I’m attempting to write a ghost story one tweet (280 characters or less) at a time. I’m aiming to publish a new installment at 7.30, every weekday morning and evening. At the weekend I do other stuff – and occasionally I get swamped by work and family life and miss a few days.  If you’re wondering what you’ve missed, you can catch up with it as one continuous story here. If you like what you’ve read, please feel free to share/ comment/ reblog.

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