This story is about my friend E and my story. A while back when we were 8 my mom would take us places. I don't remember where we went that day, but we had to meet at my mom's childhood house.
When we were all there, mom was doing something downstairs, and I asked E if she would like to see the attic. She said yes, and we went upstairs into the attic.
We looked around a little then I ran down the stairs and closed the door on E (I know it was mean). E was startled but before she could run down the stairs a ghost came up from the window. E said it looked like a old-time nurse holding a needle with green stuff in it. E ran down the stairs yelling for me to open the door, but I didn't.
Mom heard the yelling and came upstairs and told me to open the door-I did. E came out running. Then she yelled at me to close the door. I did.
When we were in the car E told me and my mom what happened. Of course mom was mad at me for closing the door on her. (But it was still worth it).
There is another story in that house. There are five feathers, the ones you wrote with a long time ago. Anyway, there are three brown feathers and two white ones. I have heard from my uncle's wife that she would find one feather on the floor. I never saw any feathers on the floor until then.
I went to the house ones because my cousin was there for the weekend. So my brother and I spent the night. The next morning I woke up (I always wake up first because I get up early) and went to the living room and saw on the floor a white feather. I went to pick it up when I saw one feather missing (the other white feather). I looked around for it but never found it. Well I wasn't worried about it. So I put the one white feather back where it goes and the whole thing left my mind.
Later that morning I saw my uncle's wife putting a feather back. Then I looked at the other feathers and saw both white feathers there. I asked her where she found that other white feather. She said it was on the floor when she came in.
That kept on for a year. We even named the ghost, "Feathery".
I think there was a ghost in each of these stories, do you?