Museum of Stanger Things—Chapter 27

Museum of Stanger Things—Chapter 27

by Seán Dwyer1729 words Catherine paused a moment to see if Lindsay would speak up, then she replied to Ted’s question. “Josiah is talking about himself. He feels shame over the way he dealt with the Tlingit people whose land he scarred, and with the workers he...
Museum of Stranger Things—Chapter 26

Museum of Stranger Things—Chapter 26

by Cami Ostman1863 words The museum breathed in the taste of victory as the ambulance came to collect Toni’s remains. Now there would be no need to press back against a potential sale. As if She could be sold, like an object! As the matriarch and host of stories both...
Museum of Stranger Things—Chapter 25

Museum of Stranger Things—Chapter 25

by Mary Lou Haberman1678 words Lindsay looked quizzically at Marilyn, hesitated, then accepted the pages. “These are the pearls?” “Yes they are and now you must read them outload.” “Do you mind if I sit down?” “No, my dear. Please do. You are more of a familiar to me...
Museum of Stranger Things—Chapter 24

Museum of Stranger Things—Chapter 24

by Laura Rink1674 Words Carmen sat in her car in Archie’s driveway listening to the slow staccato of light rain on the roof, hood, and windshield. When he had first reached out to her about the shame totem pole, she had made a point of addressing him not as Dr....
Museum of Stranger Things—Chapter 23

Museum of Stranger Things—Chapter 23

by Sky Hedman2168 words The moan from behind the wall echoed in the speakeasy as the foursome stood still. Catherine was the first to spot the opening between the bar and the booths. “I think he’s through here,” she said, as she tentatively approached the doorway. A...
Museum of Stranger Things—Chapter 22

Museum of Stranger Things—Chapter 22

by Brenda Asterino1820 words “The Carolina Parakeets, the only parakeet to exist naturally in the United States, were known for their flashy orange, yellow, and green feathers before their extinction in 1918. These last two Carolina Parakeets died in captivity.” ...

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