A Piece of Cake: The Box in the Window-Part 8!

Ghostly greetings everybody! Whoo! Today, the next soul-gripping part of my story will be uncovered. What do you think will happen when Maria, Benjamin and Elizabeth meet face to face with Acantha?

“A Piece of Cake-The Box in the Window-Part 8”

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Furniture began to break. Walls were literally being torn apart. Windows were smashed and the glass splintered on the floor.

Suddenly, Elizabeth was lifted off her feet and flung to the other side of the room into a ruined wall. She bounced off and fell onto a broken table. Then she flew up once again and circled round the room, crashing into whatever was in her way.

“HELP ME!!! MUM! BENJAMIN!!! ARRRGGHHH!!!” she screamed. “PLEASE!! HELP!!!!”

Elizabeth was thrown into a small corner. She lay still, bursting with tears. Acantha’s scream then turned into an evil cackle, similar to what a hyena would sound like.

He bellowed, “HAHAHA!!! You really think that I’ll spare you? You’re wrong! HAHAHAHAHA! I’ll  do what I did to the others!!! I’ll lock you up in a place where you can never see the light of day again! HAHAHAHAHA!!!!!

“Who are the others?!” shouted Benjamin.

HAHAHAHA!!!

“Tell me!” Benjamin commanded.

NO!! HAHAHA!!!

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There was a flash of light and then, silence. Silence. Not a sound to be heard. Elizabeth had stopped crying but Maria was still comforting her.

“Benjamin, there’s something wrong.” said Maria, panting like a dog.

“Mum, I want to go home!” Elizabeth whined. “I want to leave!”

“OK, OK,” Maria replied. “But just one thing. Where is home?”

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She stared into the thick, grey fog surrounding them. Their voices echoed out into the greyness.

To Be Continued…

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A Piece of Cake: The Box in the Window-Part 7!

What’s up pawsome peeps? Long time no see! As promised, today I am revealing the next part of my story, The Box in the Window. So carry on reading for the story!

“A Piece of Cake: The Box in the Window-Part 7”

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It was dark and pitch black. They couldn’t see a thing. Maria, Benjamin and Elizabeth were slumped on top of each other.

“Where are we?” said Elizabeth.

“I’m not sure.” replied Benjamin.

There were a few small puddles that splashed as they walked around to explore.

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Then, just like magic, a lantern in the corner lit up. It nearly lit up everything in the place.

“Hmm, who did that?” asked Maria.

“That was very strange!” said Benjamin.

The lantern gave them a chance to look around and find out where they were. It seemed that they were trapped in an ancient room filled with amazing artefacts.

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“Good God! These relics date back to hundreds of thousands of years before!” exclaimed Benjamin.

“Oh really!” the girls teased.

Suddenly, something brushed past them. They didn’t know what it was.

“Ouch!” said Elizabeth.

“What was that?” asked Benjamin.

“How should we know? You’re the one with all the information about this ghost nonsense!” said Maria.

Then, they could hear faint footsteps in the distance. They grew louder and louder and then stopped.

“Umm-“

And then Acantha jumped out at them all of a sudden! He let out a loud, deafening screech.

“AAARRGH!” they all screamed…

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To Be Continued…

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A Piece Of Cake: The Box in the Window-Part 6!

How’s it goin’ pawsome peeps! Since it’s the New Year, I’ve decided to treat you with Part 6 of The Box in the Window! Here it is…

“The Box in the Window-Part 6”

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The room was shadowy and was only lit up by the light from the door.

“Have they gone?” asked Elizabeth, panting like a dog.

“I think so.” replied Benjamin.

All of a sudden, the door behind them closed by itself. Maria squealed as it hit the wall with a thundering thump.

“What was that?” quizzed Maria.

“I’m not sure.” said Benjamin, switching on the light. “Probably just the wind!”

The dim light revealed only a mouldy window, a table with old pictures on it and a strange looking box.

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“Hey, isn’t that the same box the djinn was in?” said Elizabeth, pointing at the box.

“Wait a second, you’re right! That is!” said Maria.

“So that’s what closed the door!” said Benjamin.

Then, the box started to quake and vibrate. It made a buzzing sound on the table.

“What’s it doing now?” said Elizabeth.

” It appears to be making a blackhole and that’s not good!” exclaimed Benjamin.

“What? There’s always something fishy going on in this place!” said Maria.

The black hole was red and purple with a round pitch-black hole in the middle. Inside the hole was a long, thin, blue line of smoke that glowed and blinded Elizabeth’s, Maria’s and Benjamin’s eyes.

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“Take cover!” shouted Benjamin as they got sucked into the black hole.

To Be Continued…

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A Piece Of Cake: The Box in the Window-Part 5!

Ho-ho-ho-how ya doin’ pawsome peeps? This Piece Of Cake will reveal the secrets of The Hall of Lost Souls…

“The Box in the Window-Part 5”

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At the end of the staircase, there was a huge wooden door with a cold, metal keyhole. Benjamin took out a key from his pocket and put it into the keyhole. The door gradually opened up and revealed a large hall with statues of scary looking men and weird creatures. ‘Whoa!’ thought Elizabeth, ‘It’s huge!’.

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“And this, ladies and gentlemen, is The Hall of Lost Souls!” said Benjamin, in a rather deep voice.

“What a dark place!” exclaimed Maria.

“Oh, come on, Mum! It’s not that dark!” scoffed Elizabeth. “It’s kind of cool to me!”

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Their footsteps echoed as they walked around the hall. Then, there was a faint wail in the distance.

“Do you hear that?” asked Maria.

“Oh yeah, it’s like a child crying!” said Elizabeth.

The howls grew louder and louder. It sounded like there were two people making the noise now.

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“This is bad!” shouted the shopkeeper. “Everybody run to that door!”

He pointed to a small door on the other side of the hall.

“What is it?” cried Elizabeth.

“The djinn, Acantha, has called one of his brothers!” said the shopkeeper.

“Help!” yelled Maria, frantically jumping around.

“Quickly, through the door!” said Benjamin.

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All of them jumped through the door and into a different room…

To Be Continued…

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A Piece of Cake: The Box in the Window – Part 4!

Hey there pawsome peeps! In the next part of the story, you will find out what happens next when Elizabeth, Maria and Benjamin are included in an unearthly ghost attack…

“The Box in the Window – Part 4”

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“What was that?” asked Elizabeth.

“It was probably one of the members of the djinn’s family.” said Benjamin, squinting because of the light from a small window.

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“What, you mean that there are more djinns?” exclaimed Maria.

“Yes, but if you kill a djinn with a special golden blade like that, it can’t come to life again.” said Benjamin.

They all glanced at the golden blade on the floor, which was covered with blue, glowing blood. It looked very disturbing.

“Blue blood?” said Elizabeth.

“All djinns have blue blood.” said Benjamin.

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“Oh, very interesting!” Maria laughed nervously. She wasn’t sure if she could stay around Benjamin any longer. She didn’t get all of the nonsense. “Crazy person…” she thought.

“Now, what other scary stuff do you have in this house of horror?” asked Elizabeth sarcastically.

“Not sure yet! You’ll just have to wait and see!” said Benjamin.

“Won’t anyone pick up that disgusting knife!” groaned Maria.

“Fine!” sighed Benjamin. He picked it up reluctantly and threw it on the table.

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“Won’t you need that?” asked Elizabeth.

“Eh, it’ll find its way back to us.” said Benjamin.

Elizabeth and Maria rolled their eyes. Then they followed Benjamin and continued their journey.

“So what else is there to see?” said both of the girls.

“The Hall of Lost Souls…” whispered Benjamin. He walked up a small staircase…

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To Be Continued…

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A Piece of Cake: The Box in the Window-Part 3

Sat siri akal! Tu hada ki hal hai?

Today, we will be carrying on the story “The Box in the Window”. When we left off, Elizabeth found out that there was a djinn in the box that she opened, she and her mother hear the story of how the djinn came into the jewellery shop and they enter a small, mysterious room. Now find out what happens next…

“The Box in the Window-Part 3”

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The room was fairly small and smelt musty. There was a lot of dust on the furniture, which was only one wooden table and a wooden chair. Elizabeth coughed and flapped her hands to get rid of the dust. Everything looked old and worn out.

Elizabeth’s mother asked “So, where is the golden blade?”

There was nowhere to hide the blade so it must have been somewhere where both of the girls could see it.

“Patience,” said the shopkeeper. “It’s just under the floorboards.”

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Then, Elizabeth realised that there floorboards in the room and that some of them were loose. There were nails all around the place and holes in the floor.

“Now, all I have to do is find it.” mumbled the shopkeeper. “If I can!”

Suddenly, a glint of light caught Elizabeth’s eye. It was the golden sword!

“There!” shouted Elizabeth. “The golden sword!”

“Oh, thank you!” said the shopkeeper.

Both of the adults bent down to open the floorboard. There was a lot of digging that was included.

“So, ahem, what’s your name?” quizzed the shopkeeper.

“My name’s Maria,” replied Elizabeth’s mother. “What’s yours?”

“Mine’s Benjamin.” answered the shopkeeper.

After a lot of hard work, the blade was finally revealed.

“Wow!” said Elizabeth.

The blade was gold all over and had jewels that were stuck to it. It looked very grand.

“So, this is what the man left me.” said Benjamin.

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All of a sudden, a dark, floating figure came out of nowhere and started to scream. The whole room was shaking as if there was an earthquake.

“Mum!” squealed Elizabeth.

“Don’t worry!” said Maria.

Then, the dark figure started to light up. Slowly and ever so slightly, the thing that looked like a ghost grew bigger and bigger.

“Maria, hand me the blade!” said Benjamin.

Maria threw the blade to Benjamin and he caught it. Then, he stabbed the ghost right in the centre of his body. After that, it disappeared, leaving the terrorised people on the floor.

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To Be Continued…

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