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The Ghost of Duncombe School

A myth submitted to the site by Freya

Hertford,England , England

In 1733 there was a school called Duncombe. All the children were well behaved except from one Billy Bartarent he was always up to no good, but one day some thing terrible happened.

Billy was on his way to school when suddenly a figure jumped out at him, the figure took him but luckily he got away and from that day there was always a tap tap tap at Billy's door. One day Billy was in English and there was a finger touching him. Billy turned around and there was nothing! Billy was in the toilet and a coffin appeared right before his eyes, Billy pulled up his pants and went screaming out. When he told the story to his teacher he said he had faked it but Billy knew it was real so he told all his friends and they believed it.

One night the coffin appeared again and for the next few weeks it had gone so Billy thought it was all over. But on Christmas Eve it came again but this time so did Billy. His parents always wondered where he was but he was never found. The next day was a school day and his parents had to explain to the teacher. Later on in the day something appeared in front of the teacher. The teacher was terrified and he screamed and each day on the day after Christmas Eve you can still see Billy's ghost looking for his next victim.

By Freya
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