I stay in Goa and, not wasting time, I will come to my story. Goa was ruled by Portuguese and got liberated in 1961. I live in a building which was built by my grandfather way back in 1950.
This incident happened with my dad's sister way back in 1977. She was unmarried then and she had a habit of getting up in middle of night to use washroom. One day she got up to use washroom that was located outside the main building in those days, so she had to walk some distance.
When she was returning she saw one old lady in the bushes with a small kerosene stove, frying something in pure ghee. As smell was apparent, it felt like she was frying egg on tava. She got shock of her life seeing this old lady in dark, but she could not make out her face. All of a sudden this old lady appeared in front of her and she looked very scary. Seeing her, my aunt fainted. Later in the morning she was spotted unconscious and had high fever. She recovered in few days but what she saw that night she never forgot.
To date when she comes home she remembers this incident. She told her husband about this and he said she was mad, but my aunt believes that it was a spirit.
Later my granny cleared this that it was a spirit of a worker woman who was involved in construction of that building and fell from the terrace and died at night. No one knows if it was a murder or suicide or accident. But one thing my granny stated was even more shocking. My granny said that the woman liked eggs very much and she would make sure that she ate eggs for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and that too she loved egg fried in pure ghee.
So it must be the spirit of that lady wandering in premises.
English is the only language I can communicate in, and I will not even pretend to understand what someone, to whom English may be their 2nd or 3rd language, is trying to say if the submission is full of errors. I don't try to edit it because I could be completely misinterpreting what the author is trying to say.
We don't ask for perfect English. We do, however, require the submission fit our guidelines. Poor writing is a valid reason to reject a story.