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Extract from short story 15 in Banfield Tales


Extract from the ghost story 'She Blames Me' (story 15 from Banfield Tales):

I can’t see her face clearly; she has the hood pulled up. No one else seems to notice her.

This time she follows me. On previous occasions, she stayed on the bus as I got off and I sensed that her eyes latched onto mine. She turned her head towards me as I looked through the window. I looked back. No one else did...

'Banfield Tales' (collection of short stories) available at amazon.co.uk


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