It’s a funny thing you know, John never thought for a moment that he would ever suffer from a stress related illness. He was much too stable, but here we are a year into his hospitalised world. It was soon after that cheapskate Tom Thorne wriggled out of his second arrest for murder. That was the final straw of his misunderstanding. The ticking clock his lonely companion and only reminder that the planet was still with him. The doctors recommended as part of his therapy it would be beneficial to recount the traumatic events of School Lane, the catalyst of his problems. He had been absent from the house for twelve years along with a further year wasting away in the institution By now barely able to feed himself, he agreed. Mrs Adams died all of a sudden, leaving the old Victorian terraced house to her three sons in equal shares. The oldest George was a bully boy, always wanting his own way, the middle son John was easy going and anything for a quiet life. The youngest Peter knew he had the other two by the shorts and played them along for years. A caveat in the will allowed Peter to live in the house rent free for the rest of his life or if the house was to be sold, all three sons had to agree. Clever old Mrs Adams, those three sons would never agree about anything, well, not all at the same time and she knew it. Leaving the youngest a home for the rest of his life. John felt obliged to visit as often as he could, but things had changed over the years. He was met more than once with guilty furtive glances from Peter, as if there were things going on and had I noticed anything kind of looks. Strange smells, scratching noises, things had starting to move about, the whole house was at it. The years of taunts passed by very slowly. Peter would often play his trump card with the words, “I have decided to sell the house and move elsewhere.” Much to the delight of the older two, only to suddenly change his mind at the last minute. Cat and mouse games where his thing, along with his speciality and favourite pastime, hoaxing. Nothing pleased Peter more than a complete set-up, to see others running around as he would say, like headless chickens. These silly games were to cease when Peter passed away. The older sons were to inherit the house and a back garden with lots more than they had ever bargained for.
John A. Adams
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