THE SEANCE


“Candles, prayer-oil…all set. Turn off the lights, Ginny,” Borno was looking intently at the contents spread out on the floor.

“Are you sure we’re doing the right thing Borno?” Ginny asked, hesitantly reaching for the light-switch. “Learning all that from internet is not very reliable is it?”

“Come on, don’t be negative. I’ve done research. We shall speak to your mother’s spirit tonight. You always miss her don’t you?”
“Yes…but…”

Borno ignored her and sat down for the Séance calling spirits. Moist-eyed Ginny sat by him. Nothing happened. Tired, both went to sleep.

At night, the Séance candles shook violently!


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20 comments:

  1. Dear Nandini,

    I'd be so out of there. Best not to find how-to's on the internet.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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    1. yea me too :D and i do agree its best not to dabble these things and end up with half knowledge. thanks for the prompt @Rochelle

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  3. Liked it Nandini ! :D

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  4. Patience is what is required.. wonder if the spirit will be pissed off.

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    1. i think its pissed off already :p

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  5. Learning séance stuff off the internet - very interesting and scary idea. Alicia

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  6. Nandini, this was spooky.
    In college we , four friends had called a spirit and most of the questions answered turned out to be true. But I shudder the thought of it.

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  7. Definitely don't sleep during a seance. Clever stuff. (We get our seance info from Google with wifi switched off!)

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    1. yea never sleep :-) :-) ah learning seance with wifi switched off...too spooky :-p

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  8. Nandini, I agree with Rochelle. I wouldn't want any part of info from the internet on how to connect with the dead. Well written. : ) ---Susan

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  9. Sounds like Ginny's Mum is not too happy!

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  10. Sounds like the beginning of an adventure.

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    1. yup...i'm tempted to write what happens next :p

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  11. Reminds me of Ouiji boards and university days. I should say, university nights. :-)

    Lily

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