Door Number Seven

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It is a small world after all!

“James”

James was always call by his friends, the crazy fellow because once an idea got into his head, he needed to make it real. Per example when he met Sally (wich by the way is the real name of Medusa) and was introduced to street art and saw the master piece that she and her friends had created, he decided to buy the building and made it into a street art museum. It took time and hard work, but nowadays it is open for bussiness. It is quiet a creative place, the way that it was put together is really amazing. When you get in it it is like you actually are on the street. Anyway, now, he has this crazy idea of buying another building (wich the City want to destroy) and make it into a home, but he wants to spend some nights in that old building, just because he heard that the hole building has been haunted by the spirit of a dead pianist, so James wants to know if it is true because if it is, he for sure will buy it. Since he was a little kid, he dreamt of living with a ghost. I guess is the child in him who really wants this to happen. Tonight he is going to sleep at that place, he is totaly ready for it.

Once there, he sat everything up and right away he found out that the rumors were true, but not only there was a ghost, but ghosts. Each one of them had a story to tell and James cant wait to hear them…..

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Published by: sserrat

I'm the new black, but in color and that color is all the words that come up from inside my head. Fact: This Blog is for me to feel like a real writer. It's just like the feeling that the characters from the movie "you got mail" felt when those words appeared on the screen, that's how I feel when I clicked on P.U.B.L.I.S.H.E.D. That's just a great feeling. I can't see myself no writing in the sense of forever. Writing is magic and when you read me becomes true and when you comment starts to scream. I just love it. A place to be, to let myself go.

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