TwiNj horror Ss Cries Of Death (9~Summoning The Spirits)
Later, Kunj got an Ouija board and called the spirit of Madhavi. Slowly the temperature dropped and all the candles he had lit were blown away. “Why did you call me, son?” He heard a voice say. He opened his eyes and saw a woman in her mid 40s looking at him waiting for an answer. “Madhavi aunty, right?” He asked and she nodded. “You know it right, how do you know me?” She asked. “Through my wife Twinkle, remember the nurse who was in charge of you while you were in hospital?” He asked and she got thinking in deep.
“Look at this photo, this is Twinkle,” he told her showing her photo on the wall. “Oh, I remember, so?” She asked. “Well, she has been seeing some strange man lately who keeps taking people’s lives in front of her, he has an eye contact with her and she too has eye contact with him but he goes away trespassing her, she told me you too saw him before dying, can you recognize him?” He asked showing the sketch of the mysterious man. “How can I forget him? I did see him before dying, and believe it or not, he’s not a human being,” she told him.
“So then who the hell he is?” He asked and she sighed. “I can’t exactly tell you, I can just give you a hint. Someone nor you can see nor feel nor talk nor hear, only those who are about to die can see him, but still can’t talk to him while alive due to fear, but once you’re dead, you talk to him, they can hear him as well,” she said and he got thinking. “Now I need to go back from where I came, goodbye,” she said and disappeared in the thin air.
“I should call Aarohi’s spirit,” he said and lit the candles and closed his eyes. Suddenly he felt cold air and the candles blew off. “Why did you call me? And who are you?” He heard a voice say and opened his eyes to see a beautiful lady shining in the dark standing before him. “Kunj Sarna, you don’t know me actually, your eyes were transplanted to Twinkle, my wife, and she’s seeing some strange man lately, someone who looks like him,” he said showing her the sketch, she got thinking and stood there staring at the sketch.
“Do you recognize him?” He asked. She nodded. “I can’t tell you exactly,” she said. “But why?” He asked. “He won’t feel good, he doesn’t likes to be talked about, that’s why I would just give you a hint. He is the one who’s assigned to leave people’s lifeless bodies behind, he’s assigned to actually kill them in the natural way, he’s the one from who you get frightened when he comes in front of you and you just can’t talk to anyone while he’s there,” she said and Kunj got thinking. “I must go now, bye,” she said and vanished. He got thinking.
Later that day, doorbell rung and Twinkle answered the door and seeing Tara, she lowered her head. Tara hugged her and she hugged her back. “Please don’t feel guilty about whatever happened, who can stop a person from dying? None can,” Tara said and Twinkle nodded looking down. “Suna hai ke mere bachay ka katal hua tha?” (I have heard that my baby was actually killed?) Tara asked and Twinkle looked up finally meeting her eyes with her. “Haan, vo murder hi tha, lekin koi aisa sign nahi tha, natural death lag rahi thi sabko,” (yes, that was a murder only, but none signs were there of murder, everyone thought of it as natural death) Twinkle replied. “Mujhe nahi lag rahi,” (I don’t think it’s a natural death) Tara told her. “Matlab ke tumhe meri baaton par yakeen hai?” (So that means you believe me?) Twinkle asked as they walked inside. “Kinda,” Tara replied. “Main tumharay bachay ko observe Kar rahi thi, itnay mein vohi aadmi aya jisay main pehle kuchh baar dekh chuki thi, maine bachay ko utha liya or us se door lejanay lagi, lekin vo kareeb ata chala gaya, or tumharay bachay ki jaan leli,” (I was observing your baby, and then came the man I had been seeing since some time, I picked your baby and began to take him far from that man, but he kept coming closer, and took away your child’s life) Twinkle told her. “Maine bhi apnay bachay ko aakhri baar dekha tha, mujhe toh kaheen se aisa nahi laga jaise vo maara Gaya ho, vo toh marr gaya tha vo bhi khudse,” (I also saw my baby for the last time, I didn’t feel like he was murdered, he died that too by himself) Tara told her. “Pata nahi Kya horaha hai mere saath,” (don’t know what’s happening with me) Twinkle said.
“Chalo koi nahi, Bhagwan sab theek karega, just take good care of yourself,” (it’s okay, God will make everything fine) she said hugging Twinkle and then went. Kunj came there and saw her lost. He placed his hand on her shoulder and she shrieked. “Relax, it’s just me, Twinkle I called some spirits, one was Madhavi aunty, Vyom’s mom as you already know, one was Aarohi, your donor for eye transplant and Tara’s twin, both said some strange things about that man,” Kunj told her and she kept looking at him waiting to know more. “I will tell you, sit,” he said and they sat on the couch.
“Madhavi aunty said he is someone nor you can see nor feel nor talk nor hear, only those who are about to die can see him, but still can’t talk to him while alive due to fear, but once you’re dead, you talk to him, they can hear him as well. Meanwhile Aarohi said that he is the one who’s assigned to leave people’s lifeless bodies behind, he’s assigned to actually kill them in the natural way, he’s the one from who you get frightened when he comes in front of you and you just can’t talk to anyone while he’s there, do you understand anything by all this?” He asked and she shook her head.
“Let’s go to meet the psychiatrist, maybe she will get some hint,” he said and she agreed. They met the psychiatrist and told the whole matter. “In so many years, this is rare case, I never heard any of this before so I also didn’t get to know who’s he, m sorry,” she said. “It’s okay,” Kunj said and they went from there. They both were in deep thoughts as they walked out of there. But almost they were close to the truth.