NPR Three Minute Fiction – Round Five

For all of you looking for a reason to write, NPR has opened up their three-minute fiction contest again.

Your story must begin with the following line:
“Some people swore that the house was haunted.”
Plus, your story must end with this line:
“Nothing was ever the same again after that.”
Including these lines, your story must be 600 words or less. One entry per person. Your deadline is 11:59 p.m., EDT, on Sept. 26.

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