Written for the Friday Fictioneers. Story begins after the photo.
Word Count: 100
“It looks scary,” said Corrine, staring up at the imposing edifice.
“It should,” replied Grant. “According to ghosttracking.com, there’s a Type IV ghost living here. We should definitely get pics.”
“What’s that?” She pointed.
The last thing either of them saw was a hideous stone face screaming towards them, marble wings outstretched.
Jonsyt clapped a hand on his father’s carved shoulder. “See Papa? I told you it would work.”
Grylsht, the gargoyle, lifted his head from feeding. “I always thought pigeons were tasty, but ghost hunters are even better.”
“Easier than catching pigeons.”
“Yeah, because you use ghosttracking.com as bait.”
Each week, Rochelle Wisoff-Fields presents a photo, giving the Friday Fictioneers an opportunity to exercise their imagination and write 100 words or less based on the prompt. Anyone can join. So why don’t you? Original prompt may be found here: http://rochellewisofffields.wordpress.com/2013/08/21/23-august-2013/