Museum of Stranger Things—Chapter 21

Museum of Stranger Things—Chapter 21

by Isabel Castro1193 words Marilyn used to be able to tell the difference between 3D and 5D. Now it was all blurring together. The fall hadn’t helped either. She still didn’t understand what had happened. She was standing on that small kitchen stool, like she had a...
Museum of Stranger Things—Chapter 20

Museum of Stranger Things—Chapter 20

By Heidi Beierle1472 words Catherine couldn’t keep her thoughts straight during the tour with the fourth graders. They were squirrely, demanding, and disinterested in anything that didn’t move, which was everything in the exhibits if she didn’t count the two flies...
Museum of Stranger Things—Chapter 19

Museum of Stranger Things—Chapter 19

by Al Clover1794 words With dirt grinding into his face Jeffery groaned, “No more drinking Fireball.” Grunting like he does when getting out of bed in the mornings, he rolled over onto his back, bringing his hand to the lancing pain at the back of his head and...
Museum of Stranger Things—Chapter 18

Museum of Stranger Things—Chapter 18

by Mary Louise Van Dyke1916 words Jeff Hansen paced through the empty kitchen, tuning out all the kitschy 1950s knick knacks scattered around the room. The highlight was a Formica-top table and matching metal framed chairs that Dorothy claimed brought back memories of...
Museum of Stranger Things—Chapter 17

Museum of Stranger Things—Chapter 17

by Amanda Blaine1724 words Carmen tried to focus on the feel of the sunlight on her face rather than the stiff cold of her fingers. She knew she would be warmer if she got up and walked, or went up to her apartment and got her long winter coat (her friends here called...
Museum of Stranger Things—Chapter 16

Museum of Stranger Things—Chapter 16

by Carol McMillan1849 Words Lydia Walker had grown tired of her husband’s lack of enthusiasm for increasing their fortune. Despite her delicate appearance, she slowly took over what was generally considered to be ‘men’s business.’ The bank had grown accustomed to her...

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