The Mysterious Case of Mary

The Mysterious Case of Mary

1 chapter / 1192 words

Approximately 6 minutes to read


The story of a girl, her best friend, and their psychiatrist.

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over 2 years ago Amaros Gwyndwill said:

WHOA! you totally caught me there!

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over 2 years ago CeceO (On&off) said:

So they are ghosts? I'm a little confused on that part, anyways amazing job!


almost 4 years ago Anon said:

I'm speechless... I'm so glad that I stumbled upon this.



over 6 years ago Lorr J. said:

Every once in a while, a writer stumbles upon something and is overwhelmed with an unpleasant emotion - jealousy. Jealously because they have stumbled upon something they wish they themselves had written. This story, your words, took on a form and voice that I have not seen or heard from an unpublished author. Your descriptions are vivid and lifelike. Mary tugs on the readers heart with a childlike innocence. Christina claws at the soul, but not for pity, for acknowledgment. Psychological disorders are difficult to capture, especially in literature. But you leave no doubt in the reader's mind about the struggle taking place in little Mary's world. When Mary is hit by the car, there is so much taking place all at once. But somehow, you take only a few words and the reader has no choice but to picture her blood drenched shirt. To have the power to make a reader imagine the horror for themselves is something you do seemingly without effort. I found this work by default and I'm so glad I was able to share in it. Beautiful. Breathtaking.


almost 7 years ago Queen Cleopatra VII of Egypt. said:

This story was one of the best I've ever read. Like below, some things aren't clear too. But this piece of writing was incredibly awesome so don't worry. Descriptions are fantastic-I can just imagine Mary! You left us readers breathless...