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Piper's storytelling chops are... questionable.

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This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at

I am very curious to see how Piper’s story will tie in with the main story.

What does this tragic romance have to do with “THE PHANTOM WAGON” (insert spooky ghost noise)

Piper, if you want a scary story, one of the keys I’ve found is to drag it out, let the fear build ever so slowly like perhaps you could have told of the happy times that this ill-fated couple had together and slowly add that Miss Westfield noticed something, like a forbidden cupboard, or that Jackie had odd habits that couldn’t be placed to mere happenstance. She gives in to her curiosity and that’s what led to the scary ending.