HORROR Short Story: NOISES IN THE CEMETERY, by Mari Tamez

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Title: NOISES IN THE CEMETERY 

Written by: Mari Tamez

Type: SHORT STORY

Genre: Horror

Logline: While struggling with hard times during the Great Depression, my maternal grandfather found work as a gravedigger and moved with his family into an old abandoned shack adjacent to the cemetery. Within a month, they began to hear spine-tingling noises that frightened them and eventually forced them to move away. Some may find this story hard to believe but my Grandfather swore it was true until he died in 1954. This is my Grandfather’s story, as told by his oldest daughter.

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