The Spirits horror series…
THE WAILING ENTITY
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Ledi Pedi walked morosely away from the main hospital entrance.
To his left was the car park, where his car was.
To his right was the garden of the hospital.
He hesitated. The spirit of the girl was still across his shoulders, and he knew he could not dislodge her. She was not a bad spirit, and so she could do everything she wanted around him.
If she had been one of the bad spirits he could easily have dealt with her. He sighed deeply, and then he turned right, walking leisurely, as he had learnt to do since the glory of God left him. He stared downward, just ahead of him, so he wouldn’t have to see the crazy demons around him, those evil entities that could harm him badly because he didn’t have the force-field of righteousness to protect him.
Ledi walked to the farthest end of the garden and stopped, looking casually around. There was no one near them; people usually didn’t come to the garden that early in the morning anyway.
Thankfully, there were no demons and human spirits around either.
“Alright then, get the hell off my shoulders and tell me what you want to tell me,” he growled, and the spirit of the girl floated obediently off his neck and draped herself around a young plant.
Ledi dropped onto one of the long seats in the garden and leaned back, closing his eyes.
“My name is Ela,” the girl said in a tearful voice.
“I don’t give a shit about your name, or your damn life story,” Ledi growled harshly, still with his eyes closed. “You better go straight to the point and tell me what you want!”
“What’s the matter with you, please?” the spirit of Ela said with chagrin and pain. “Why are you like this? You have the gifts of the righteous but you’re the meanest man I’ve ever met!”
Ledi Pedi sat up, opened his eyes, and fixed her with a severe stare.
“Those damn demons see me speaking to you, and they would attack me, you understand?” he said in a tight voice. “So every second is precious. You better tell me what you want, or you get the hell away from me!”
Ela floated slowly to him and settled down by his side.
“Yes, you’re right,” she said softly. “I’ll sit here and speak, so you lie back down and listen. You’re such an angry man! I wonder what happened to you!”
“God screwed me up!” Ledi said, and then he giggled for a moment as a fresh bout of pain seared through him.
Ela put a spiritual hand on his arm tenderly.
“Whatever it is, God knows best,” she said calmly. “Sometimes we really don’t understand the ways of God, but He always knows best.”
“Jeez!” Ledi said, exasperated.
“Oops, sorry!” Ela said quickly. “Okay, I’ll tell you quickly. My father died four years ago, and my mother met and married Mr. Opoku, the man you saw. He was such a good man and fun to be with. But later, he started doing bad things when Mommy was not around…”
That one got to Ledi, and he stiffened suddenly, feeling the beginnings of a rage that he tried to keep down.
“Your step-dad touched you?” he asked tightly with his eyes closed.
There was a very long silence, and when the little spirit spoke her voice was trembling, filled with a terror she was forced to relive.
“He was touching me at night, when Mom was asleep, or anytime Mom was out,” Ela said softly. “He warned me that if I spoke about it he would hurt Mom and…and Eyram….”
“And Eyram is your sister, the one on admission?” Ledi asked tightly.
“Almost a year ago, he didn’t use his fingers anymore,” Ela said shakily. “He came up to our room, when Mom was at work and Eyram was at school. I was sick at home, and he was naked, and he fell on me…he was doing bad things, and it was hurting, so I screamed, and he punched me…”
Ledi was breathing hard now, his eyes still shut but the fury sizzling hard in his chest.
“Tell me!” he commanded fiercely.
“I was running from him, and I went to the balcony, and he was chasing me, and I forgot we were on the fifth floor of the apartment, and I just jumped from the balcony because I was so scared, and I fell into the street!”
“Oh, Lord!” Ledi whispered, aghast, totally flummoxed now. “That’s how you died?”
“Yes,” the girl whispered shakily. “And now he’s touching Eyram too! I couldn’t cross-over, I couldn’t! I knew Eyram was not safe too! He’s been touching her, and telling her she would die if she told anybody!”
“What did he do to put Eyram in hospital?” Ledi asked angrily.
“Shock!” Ela screamed, her voice terrified. “He was forcing himself on her three days ago! Mom was out that night for a church all-night service! Eyram was so scared, but Mr. Opoku was naked again, and he was coming at her! I was so helpless, but in my anxiety I was moving things around and screaming, and suddenly I saw Eyram staring in my direction with a shocked face, and she just collapsed! Maybe, in my agitation, I might had become visible in a way to her, and the shock made her collapse!”
“That goat!” Ledi whispered, and his fists were balled up into fists at his side.
He was so enraged!
What kind of man would do such a dastardly thing to kids he had been entrusted with? Mr. Opoku was a bad man, a sick man, someone to lock away!
But how could he help this girl? What evidence did he have?
As Ledi’s mind raced, he suddenly sensed a coldness on his skin, and his heart missed a beat.
“Oh, no!” Ela said with sudden fear. “Mister, please, you better open your eyes now!”
Ledi heard the wailing screech before he opened his eyes slowly, and he knew that spirit, the slim bald-headed spirit who had been called Ebo Sintim whilst alive!
When Ledi opened his eyes he saw Ebo Sintim, and behind him was a horde of evil spirits and demons, all lined up in the air and glaring at Ledi with hate-filled eyes.
“Oh, shit!” Ledi whispered with resignation. “Fuck me dead!”
The look on Ebo Sintim’s face was diabolical, and his lips were drawn back with evil intent! He was wailing again, that disgusting sound that irked Ledi so much!
The other spirits were mostly human beings, or what used to be human beings!
It was the sight of the demons that turned Ledi’s stomach cold.
There were just two of them, actually, but he knew two were more than enough!
One looked like a sea-horse, a floating mass of greenish horror with a long snout and one eye. The other was a sickly yellow, a huge, bubbly freak demon with ten eyes on its face in a circle, a gaping cavity for a nose, and a vertical pinkish mouth.
“I told you to stay out of my business!” Ebo Sintim hissed in his wailing voice. “Now we’re going to kill you!”
Ledi knew it was a lost battle, but he grinned fiendishly, welcoming the confrontation, and then he was suddenly rushing at the horde of evil.
“Bring it on, assholes!” Ledi screamed and then he lunged, swing his right fist straight into the Sintim spirit!
Ebo wailed as he was flung back by an invisible power in the blow.
The others were momentarily confused, not understanding how a human blow from a human fist could actually hit a spirit and hurt it.
Ledi smiled and kicked out at another human spirit, causing it to groan with fear and shock!
Yellow-demon swung a fist that looked like the world, smashing it into Ledi’s stomach!
He groaned with agony as he was driven to his knees, the force of the blow forcing vomit into his mouth.
The green-demon honed in, moving as fast as a blur, throwing the blows from multi-limbed appendages!
The human spirits were now on him with howls of hatred, tearing at him and hitting him.
Ledi felt the blows buffeting him, and he tried to curl himself into a ball, but to no avail.
They hit, bit, tore at him, and a moment later his arms and body was drenched in blood! Yellow-Demon grabbed him, lifted him off his feet, and hurled him into the park bench!
It broke, and Ledi fell, feeling the agony all over his body!
“Leave him alone!” he heard Ela’s sudden scream, and then he saw a brightness, and suddenly the demons and spirits fled with screeches and howls and wails!
Ledi opened his eyes slowly.
His face was puffy with all the assault, and he saw that Ela was glowing quite brightly now!
She was one of the good spirits, and she had protection!
Ledi was still lying on the grass, unable to move. His skin was cut badly and bleeding, and so was his face all cut up!
He felt excruciating pain, and way up above him he saw the spirit of Ebo Sintim soaring, still angry, still wanting to break up Ledi completely, but he was scared of Ela’s glow.
“Oh, mister, oh, I’m so sorry!” Ela was wailing. “You’re so shredded! You’re bleeding! Oh, you have to try and get inside the hospital! There’s no one here! You’ll bleed to death!”
Ledi smiled grimly.
“Wouldn’t it be glorious to die?” he whispered painfully. “But don’t worry. The Almighty Lord will not kill me so quickly. I’ll be well in a minute! He always heals me, waiting for the day I’ll change my mind like the prodigal son!”
Ledi was still bleeding, but incredibly, the gory gashes and wounds on his body were closing up slowly…and a few minutes later he stood up from the debris of the broken bench.
His clothes were shredded badly and smeared with blood, but his body was healed, and there was not the faintest sign of a single scratch.
“Wooooow!” Ela whispered, intrigued. “God is wonderful!”
Ledi began to walk briskly away.
“Be with me, Ela!” he said tightly. “Right by my side! Time to take care of your father!”
“He’s not my father!” Ela screamed fiercely, and her eyes glowed a fiery black.
The demons and spirits were still huffing and puffing, but they were far away from them, way into the sky.
“Keep close, Ela!” Ledi said sharply. “If you leave me they would tear me up!”
“You’re so stubborn!” Ela said, and then she floated up and settled across his shoulders. “Why wouldn’t you just let God help you? Why wouldn’t you just serve God well and stop them from attacking you forever?”
“Shut the hell up!” Ledi said angrily. “I hate saucy and sassy kids!”
When Ledi entered the hospital again everybody stared at his torn blood-stained dressing, and there was confusion all around him.
He headed up the stairs toward the female ward.
To Be Continued…
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