Unexplained events in Gisborne House
by Ivy Wigmore
There was not so much the feeling of a presence in the apartment as an absence—a hollow, echoey feeling. Lonesome but also forbidding, like this misery did not want company. You felt it as soon as you stepped inside, as if you were entering a different emotional zone.
The house had been built in the 1840s as part of the Warblington Estate down by
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