The Queen Of Hearts Part 2

Jasmine, breathing heavely, spotted something in the remains of the picture frame. It was a small, old picture card from a deck of cards, the Queen of Hearts to be exact. Leo pointed out that the card was the same as the picture in the hallway, and then it came to them, the card could easily fit into the deep hole. They tip-toed quietly into the dark hallway, cautiously avoiding the pale goblin. When they finally managed to find the strange picture, Jasmine slipped the small playing card inside. A loud clicking noise echoed through the hallway and a puzzle piece fell through the hollow square. Leo took a step forward and without a word, he started feeling around the small space. He soon realised that puzzle pieces were stuck all around the roof of the hole. Leo placed the light puzzle piece into the center of the hole and the picture frame let loose of the wall, leading to a safe. Then Leo was at work once again. Turning the dial back and fourth rapidly, mostly to 42 and back to 10. The Colette and Jasmine realised what he was doing. There are 42 cards in a deck, and in some games, a picture card represents 10. After a while, the safe opened to a tiny fox-like animal with 10 golden tails, and on it’s soft head it had the the heart symbol. Before anyone could blink, the small animal leaped behind the cuboard and the goblin ran out, shrieking: “Master Delia! Forgive me! The devil has escaped!”

Part 3 coming VERY soon.

The Queen Of Hearts Part 2


Geelong North, Australia

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Part 2 of the horror\adventure story “Queen Of Hearts”
Next time we will try to find the answer to:
Who is Delia?
A very common question asked by my friends.
Sorry it took so long to write!

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