Dead Process

“During the day, I don’t believe in ghosts. At night, I’m a little more open-minded.”

Unknown

Fib: dirty scare

A
Ghost
Observed
In daylight
Is without darkness
Provided the bed sheet is clean


two sentence horror story

“I didn’t mean to get mud on the carpet, Daddy.”
I answered with the only thought in my head, “how did you get out of the coffin?”



Senryü: ’tis the season to be chatty

“I see dead people.”
“Can you talk to them as well?”
“No, I’m born in June.”


A child born on Halloween is said to have the ability to talk to spirits.


The Divination Process of a Dog Lover

Druids are we, the future we see
Each sight at a cost
By the powers that be

Bring us a feline, cage and twine
Placed on the fire
We reveal your timeline


During the ancient celebration of Samhain, Druids were said to throw cats into a fire, often in wicker cages, as part of divination proceedings.



Hay(na)ku: tell us the truth, Dorothy!

Scarecrows
Potential zombies
Or zombie immune


Goodnight Joe

Did he kill his wife?
Scare from the vault: Here


Weekly Theme:
Halloween


27 thoughts on “Dead Process

  1. Lord have mercy! Your 2 line horror story would have been more realistic if the line was uttered by a mother who had just vacuumed!!! The mud on the carpet was horror enough for me then you took it over the top!

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    1. I was surprised by that little fact as well. There is a try love-hate relationship with cats throughout the centuries.
      Thanks. My black and white cat is currently staring down a fly, ready to pounce.

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    1. Nice. I wish I had know if this before I had mine
      Although, my brother in law is born in Halloween and he barely speaks to the living, so I don’t think we can put much stock in the belief.

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