Underground Ghost Towns

"He met with a severe fall" from Wal...

“He met with a severe fall” from Wallace Goldsmith’s illustrations to Oscar Wilde’s The Canterville Ghost. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Buried beneath the surface are ghosts living underground towns.  I feel them in the underground soil of my planet. This dimensional line is real tricky to go in. I have tried to discover this underground town of town homes, which ghosts are living in. It  isn’t impossible to try to get there, but it needs much practice and concentration. I have a vivid imagination of how this place looks like.

My name is Harry Stockbraker and am a physicist. But, today I am somewhat puzzled of ghosts living underground down below planet Earth. This is another dimension I can’t get into. Every time I try to get there I fail by not being transported there. My mind sees a town like the England place of Europe but with town homes owned by ghosts. They greet each other by walking by the sidewalks.

I think this world does exist. I tell my friends and family about this underground connection but they don’t believe me. They aren’t convinced that it really does exist. Well, I am trying my hardest to go there and convince them. The closest to where I got there is in my mind. It does exist. If I was there it will be only for a millisecond of my time. A flash of seeing the place and its planet is fresh in my memory.

I drew a map of how the towns look like and drew the ghosts. When I showed it to my friends they told me that I am very creative, but aren’t convinced, and also tell me that I should be an artist. I wasn’t there for a career, because I already have one. But, still my friends think I am looney-tunes about the whole fiasco idea.

In this real world I am the laughing stock of the city. I am still trying to prove to friends, families, and strangers that this world does do exist. I don’t know how to get there and get my message across to them in doing so. I want to prove to them to this point.

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