Happy Saturday! Part 11 of my horror novella, Die, Blossom, Bloom today.
You can read the last part HERE.
Last time, pensioner TED HARRIS, faced with evidence of his crime, admitted that a fragment of bone discovered in his garden was indeed, from his wife. Local teenager, JORDAN BUTLER-THOMPSON, pays the price for his discovery, when Ted strikes him with a spade and kills him to prevent the truth from getting out.
Now Ted is faced with a dilemma: what to do with the boy’s body? He recollects a similar problem when his wife died. We are taken back in Ted’s life to that fateful evening following her death, as we are granted a glimpse into how he handled it back then…
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