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Ghost story

Rabi was a young woman living in a small village near the edge of the forest. She had always been a bit of an outsider, never quite fitting in with the other villagers. One night, while walking home from a late night out, she heard a strange noise coming from the woods.

Curious, she decided to investigate, and soon found herself standing in front of an old, abandoned house. She felt a chill run down her spine as she walked closer, and noticed a faint light coming from inside.

She stepped inside and immediately felt a presence in the room. She looked around, but saw nothing. Suddenly, she heard a voice behind her, asking her why she was there.

Startled, Rabi spun around to see a beautiful woman standing in the middle of the room. The woman introduced herself as the spirit of the house, and told Rabi that she had been watching her for some time. She said that she had been waiting for someone to come and help her find peace.

Rabi was terrified, but the spirit's gentle voice calmed her. She told Rabi that she had been trapped in the house for many years, and was unable to move on until someone helped her. She asked Rabi to help her find her lost love, who had died many years ago.

Rabi was hesitant at first, but eventually agreed to help the spirit. She spent the next few days searching the area, asking questions and trying to find out more about the spirit's lost love.

Finally, after weeks of searching, she found out that the spirit's lost love had died in a tragic accident. Rabi was determined to help the spirit find peace, so she gathered some of her friends and they held a ceremony in the house.

As they lit candles and said prayers, the spirit's presence in the house grew stronger. Finally, the spirit thanked Rabi and her friends, and said goodbye.

Rabi watched as the spirit slowly faded away, until all that remained was a faint light in the corner of the room. She knew that the spirit had finally found peace, and she was glad to have been able to help.



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