#Inktober Day 5; October 5th.

Yesterday’s eye glasses were a bit spooky. So much so, we’ve ‘swiftly’ ran out of the room (we’re in Swift Manor, remember?!), but we seem to have come out of the room through a different door. I’m sure there was only one door to the room, but these haunted places can play tricks on us. We’re at the top of the (very steep) stairs now, looking down over the long corridor toward the front door… which is most odd. Outside it’s a heavy wooden double door, and inside it’s a single one. Unless we’re at another corridor, which would make more sense. It’s still a long one, however, with more rooms to explore. We’ll try another room tomorrow to see what’s in there. It’s always fun poking around a spooky old manor house! Good job it isn’t night time yet. Or is it? It’s hard to tell.


Posted by Tom Merriman

A future writer living in the present day

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  1. I see a lot of doors…wonder what is behind them or where do the lead? Lot of quwstions…careful still.

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    1. Oh yes, indeed, Beverly. We’ll be checking out some of the rooms… not sure about all of them, though!

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  2. Which door? That busy carpet is a tad distracting….. is it actually moving ?!

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    1. I think it may be, Raili. Well, it’s either the carpet or the doors…

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  3. Oh, my, a bit spooky – so many doors and look at those cobwebs!

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    1. Indeed, Eugenia. I think those cobwebs have been there for years!

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  4. Very Spooky indeed – looks like the Manor can change at will… 🙂

    God Bless!

    Prenin.

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    1. I think it can as well, Prenin… although not in the same way that the Mansion does – I hasten to add! 😀

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