Anniversary Present — A Ghost Story

The ocean was silent. It always was. Jud could never figure out what about this town’s coastline made the waves lap so silently against the rocks. It was deafening in its slow, gentle ebb and flow. The lighthouse life was one of loneliness for Jud Bench. The long, monotonous days were broken only by meals and the turning on of the beacon. These were the things that gave his day any sense of time and worth.

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Writer — Folklorist — UCD Graduate — Film Studies MA Student

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Alan Corley

Alan Corley

Writer — Folklorist — UCD Graduate — Film Studies MA Student

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