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Nobody else was once there. The fright used to be sufficient to ship Rick domestic for the day—and the instant fast turned one in all Glensheen’s so much infamous ghostly encounters. As for Tracy, she had but to event something greater than the occasional chilly spot or darkish shadow obvious within the nook of her eye. yet after listening to Rick’s chilling account, she wouldn’t be mountain climbing ladders at Glensheen Mansion any time soon—or ever. home made Pizza THERESA BANNING ignored her father. He’d gave up the ghost quite a few brief weeks in the past, and whereas she nonetheless had her mom and her more youthful sister, Carol, the Wadena domestic appeared a lot lonelier with no Dad. there has been definitely no “bright part” to wasting him, yet because the Bannings accumulated round the kitchen oven, smelling their home made pizza, they joked besides. “Finally, we will have it again,” Theresa’s mom stated in jest. Theresa giggled, remembering the final time that they had tried to consume pizza of their domestic. She and Carol had received a frozen pizza from the neighborhood supermarket, figuring out complete good that their father hated not just the style of it but additionally its visual appeal and its scent. After the women had baked it, taken it out of the oven and set it at the counter to chill, their dad stuck wind of the sinister scheme. He stormed into the kitchen. “What’s this? ” he shouted. Then, with no expecting a solution, he grabbed the freshly baked pizza and flung it out the kitchen door, into the yard. That have been approximately six years in the past. The Bannings hadn’t eaten pizza jointly because. yet now, eventually, Carol cracked open the oven door and peeked within. “It’s done,” she introduced, grabbing oven mitts and sliding them onto her fingers. She pulled the door the entire means open; it creaked loudly. Carol lightly reached within and lifted out their golden brown dinner. She smiled as she held up the pizza for her mom and sister to determine. Theresa’s mouth immediately started to water. “It seems to be delicious,” she acknowledged. She used to be wanting to style her first selfmade pizza in years, yet she was once additionally a piece depression. this is able to were a contravention of her father’s needs, had he nonetheless been alive. the truth that they have been approximately to devour it used to be one more reminder that her dad was once— The pizza flipped upward. (And so did the pan it had cooked upon. ) It used to be as though somebody slapped it difficult from beneath, catapulting the meals into the air! It moved virtually in sluggish movement. Theresa watched the pizza fly for a second, spinning finish over finish, earlier than it sank to the ground, touchdown the other way up with a lifeless splat. The Bannings stared at it, their mouths agape. “I— I didn’t do it,” Carol whispered. “Something knocked it out of my palms. ” Theresa silently nodded; she already knew as a lot. whether she had no longer visible the pan elevate out of her sister’s desk bound arms, she may have known—for in that speedy ahead of their pizza was once ruined, Theresa had sensed him back. Dad was once again, if just for a moment. Theresa checked out her mom, and he or she checked out her sister. “I bet we’re nonetheless now not allowed to consume pizza,” she declared, smiling extra commonly than she had in weeks.