Uncle Albert

The house came along with the rest of the inheritance; all sixteen million of Uncle Albert’s un-explained fortune.

When the men came to fit the new carpets we didn’t question the stained riddled floorboards, the join in the skirting halfway around the living-room or why the job was only ever completed halfway.

It was always best to avoid asking questions of Uncle Albert.

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Written for Chuck Wendig’s writing prompt: “A horror story in three sentences

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