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Jamie Goode's 'Ghosts': A Narrative Fiction

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I glance around warily, he had picked one of the fanciest hotels in the country, but then again having a dad that owns the most successful technology companies in the world you probably would pick this hotel. Speaking of the devil, I thought, here he is. Jamie Goode walked through the door like he owned it, again having a dad like his he would. He gave a quick glance around giving a grin to everybody who looked at him, he stated walking in my direction. He was younger than I expected, sixteen maybe seventeen, his dark hair was messy and it hung down by his eyes, he wore black jeans and a leather jacket, an outfit of someone who rides a motorbike, sure enough I could see a bike parked outside, a Honda, Fireblade. He walked confidently and wore a smile, but his eyes were haunted like it was physically hurting him to be there.…show more content…
“look can we go somewhere more private?” he asked into my ear, feeling uncomfortable I nodded and headed towards the elevators, I pressed the button and waited for him to catch up. “Ghosts” I echoed, my eyes travelled around the room, I swear someone was going to pop out any moment and tell me it was all a prank. “ I know it’s a bit hard to understand, but it’s true” was this guy serious? Are there really ghosts? “Why haven’t I ever heard about this?” I ask trying to keep the curiosity out of my voice, “we don’t tell people” he replied curtly. “Who’s we?” I ask, no point in trying now I was way too curious, “we are C.R.Y.P.T” I shot him a puzzled glance, “Covert Response Youth Paranormal Team” he said quickly, “why are you telling me this?” I asked, I had a feeling why but I wanted him to say it. “because we
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