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Tuesday, 16 April 2019

Audio Recordings of the Translated Stroies

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(Translated by Saya) Hi everyone! How are you doing? :D

 My friend and follower, and also a very talented voice actor Mr. Nicholas Petcosky ( kindly did some recordings of my translated stories for me!
And for FREE too!! What an amazingly generous person! If only everyone in the world were nice like him. LOL.

Please follow the links below:

1) Reverse Clapping
The Story:
Nick's Recording :

2) My Master Series: Episode One "The Lock"
The Story:
Nick's Recording:


My translated stories sound even more cool and professional because of the way he read them LOL.
You can now enjoy listening to those stories while commuting to your school or work or even while at school or work!
I'm sorry you are so addicted to my blog! XD

Thank you so much, dear Nick!
Much love and gratitude.

The Chest of Drawers

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(Translated by Saya)

(Translated by Saya)

This story creeped me out quite a bit.
I heard it from an English teacher while at high school.

The teacher was a quiet, but fairly popular person among the students, because of his dry sense of humour, and clear and concise way of teaching.

He started off his story by saying that when his wife died (we didn't even know he had a wife and that she was already dead, so it freaked us out quite a lot), he often had strange hallucinations. 

Those hallucinations involved an old chest of drawers which belonged to his late wife.
One of the drawers would open by itself at night, and the upper half of his wife's head would appear out of the drawer, and she would watch him sleeping on the bed. 

I must be mentally unstable because of her death, he thought to himself, and went to see a psychiatrist and got prescribed some medication. He also tried to take good care of himself so that he wouldn't feel tired and stressed out, but despite all his efforts, his wife continued to appear in the drawer at night, and watched him while making various peculiar poses.

If my mental state isn't causing this, what is happening must be real - he thought.
One day, he decided to get into one of the drawers himself.
He laid his whole body inside the drawer, and with some effort, shook the drawer to close it.

He had been waiting for a long time inside the drawer, when he suddenly heard his wife's exclamation:
He hadn't really prepared himself for this turn of events. 
(He told us something like: "I thought I was calm, but now I realise I wasn't, because I felt too agitated to respond.")
He kept quiet, not knowing what to say.
Then he heard his wife say, "you are too fat and can't stay in here."
He thought she was quite right, and shook the drawer again to get out. 

He told us that the chest of drawers in question was still in his house, 
and sometimes when he was tired he would see his wife appear before falling asleep.

This story would have ended as just a heart-warming story, had the teacher not concluded the story with these words:
"Nothing bad happened to me in the end, but had it happened to someone else who was less mentally strong, I suspect the person would have stayed inside the drawer forever. Because it felt so good and so comfortable being inside it."
He said these words so matter-of-factly....

And it is so creepy too to imagine that he still keeps the chest of drawers in his bedroom.