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The Haunted Hotel Room

The Haunted Hotel Room

By Muhammad AtifPublished about a year ago 3 min read

It was supposed to be a fun vacation for Amy and her friends. They had planned to spend the weekend at a cozy bed and breakfast in the countryside. But from the moment they arrived, something felt off.

The bed and breakfast was an old mansion that had been converted into a hotel. The building was creaky and had an eerie vibe to it. The owner, Mrs. Johnson, was friendly but seemed a little too eager to please. As they checked in, she warned them not to stay in room 13, as it was believed to be haunted.

Amy and her friends laughed it off and decided to draw straws to see who would stay in room 13. The unlucky one was Sarah, who reluctantly agreed to take the room. As they settled in for the night, Amy and the others joked about the ghost that was supposed to haunt the room. But as the night wore on, strange things started happening.

It began with the sound of footsteps in the hallway. At first, they thought it might be Mrs. Johnson, but when they looked out, there was no one there. Then, the door to room 13 started to rattle, as if someone was trying to get in. Sarah was terrified, but her friends assured her that it was just the wind.

But things got worse. In the middle of the night, Sarah woke up to find the room freezing cold. She could see her breath in the air. She tried to call out to her friends, but her voice was stuck in her throat. That's when she saw the ghostly figure at the foot of her bed.

It was a woman, dressed in an old-fashioned gown, with long hair and pale skin. She didn't say anything, but Sarah could feel her presence, cold and menacing. The figure vanished as quickly as it had appeared, leaving Sarah shaken and terrified.

The next day, Sarah was pale and quiet. Her friends tried to convince her to leave the room and switch to a different one, but Sarah refused. She wanted to know more about the ghostly figure that had visited her in the night.

Mrs. Johnson seemed to know something about the history of the house. She told them that the mansion had been built in the 1800s by a wealthy family. The daughter of the family had fallen in love with a poor artist, and the two had eloped. When the father found out, he disowned his daughter and had her husband arrested. The daughter was heartbroken and fell into a deep depression, eventually taking her own life in room 13.

Amy and her friends were shocked by the story, but Sarah seemed to be even more affected. That night, as they settled into bed, they could hear Sarah talking to someone, but when they turned on the lights, there was no one there.

The following night was even worse. Sarah woke up to find herself in a completely different room, one that she didn't recognize. The room was cold and damp, with cobwebs in the corners. She could hear the sound of whispers coming from the walls, as if they were alive.

Suddenly, the door opened, and the ghostly figure appeared once again. This time, she beckoned Sarah to follow her. Sarah was hesitant at first, but the ghostly figure seemed to be urging her on. She led Sarah down a dark hallway, through a maze of rooms and passages.

Finally, they arrived at a small room, where Sarah saw the ghostly figure's painting hanging on the wall. The woman in the portrait was beautiful, with long, flowing hair and a sad expression.


About the Creator

Muhammad Atif

I possess a strong background in research and writing, with the ability to produce high-quality work. With keen attention to detail and excellent organizational skills, I am able to manage multiple projects and meet tight deadlines.

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