THE WAILING ENTITY
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“How are you going to explain to Mom, please?” Ela asked anxiously as they gained the landing of the Female Ward.
“Beats me, Ela,” Ledi said softly. “But I’ll think of something, don’t worry about that.”
And then he saw them again.
The man, the one called Mr. Opoku, was leaning against the wall, holding his wife tenderly in his arms.
The elderly couple were sitting on the corridor benches with really sad and wretched expression on their faces.
There were other nurses on the corridor.
There was a table against one corner with nurses around it, and patients lined up. A doctor in a white tunic entered a ward nearby with two nurses behind him.
When Ledi saw the smug, fake expression of love on Mr. Opoku’s face, he lost it. His temper was as hot and as fierce as he had ever felt. For a man like this to drive a young, vibrant twelve-year old girl to her death because of his sick perversion was too much!
Ledi growled, remembering his own daughter, his princess, and he began to walk down the corridor fast toward Mr. Opoku.
The man suddenly looked up, and then his eyes turned a sickening purple, and then a mark burned on his forehead, a mark drawn with red blood, the mark of the beast: 666.
There was a demon residing inside Mr. Opoku!
Ledi paused briefly.
“There’s a demon inside him, Ely!” he whispered desperately. “A rather fierce and evil demon! If I tackle Opoku that demon will kill me! Quick, get across my shoulders!”
The Ela spirit suddenly floated and draped herself around Ledi’s shoulders.
Ledi Pedi growled again, put his head down, and then he rushed forward at top speed!
Mr. Opoku frowned and pushed his wife away roughly!
And then Ledi saw the demon!
It was a purple horror!
It looked like a centipede! This demon had a huge, gross purple body, and tens of jointed appendages that looked like hands. It had about five horns on its head, and a huge gaping mouth that dripped some disgusting gooey stuff.
At first it growled dangerously, and its appendages flexed, as if it was getting ready to tear Ledi to pieces, but then it saw the spirit of Ela draped around Ledi’s shoulders, and glowing mightily!
The demon’s eyes became frantic for a moment, and then Ledi Pedi slammed a huge muscle-filled shoulder into Mr. Opoku’s midriff. The impact carried them straight to the floor, where they crashed hard, and Opoku’s head smashed the ground sickeningly!
People were screaming all around!
Ela’s force-field was even blinding Ledi, and he snarled with satisfaction when the purple demon inside Mr. Opoku began to change! It shrivelled, changing colours until it became white and changed from a frightening centipede-thing to a fat baby-like evil with milky eyes and a round mouth filled with blood!
With a screech of fear the white evil baby demon blasted out of Mr. Opoku, crashed into the walls, and fled with screaming sounds!
Opoku was dazed, but he looked at Ledi with fury.
Ledi Pedi jumped to his feet, and then he slammed an elbow into Opoku’s stomach, causing the man to groan painfully.
Mrs. Opoku was using her handbag to smash Ledi in the back repeatedly, and then she grabbed him around the neck, almost choking him. This gave Opoku the chance to get to his feet groggily.
Ela was screaming at her mom to stop, but of course the woman could not hear her. Opoku looked around desperately, and then he unclipped a fire extinguisher on the wall and swung it up, intending to smash it down on Ledi’s head.
Ledi shot out a foot straight into Opoku’s groin, and he groaned, dropping his weapon. Ledi held Mrs. Opoku’s arms and dragged them apart just as her husband rushed again.
Ledi caught him and spun him hard into the wall.
He then slammed a terrible haymaker against the jaw of the man, and he heard a satisfactory crack as Opoku’s jaw snapped, and he fell down in a faint, his face covered with blood spurting from his nose.
People were screaming, horrified at Ledi’s savage attack on the man.
“You madman!” Mrs. Opoku screamed. “You killed him! You killed my husband! Somebody get the police! Daddy, call the police! He murdered him!”
Ela was floating around her mother, and she had a depressed look on her face as she looked at Ledi.
“Do something, please!” Ela cried. “My mother is furious! She might leave anytime and wouldn’t listen to you!”
There were people who were running away, obviously thinking Ledi was mad.
He held out a hand toward Mrs. Opoku.
“Don’t scream, madam!” Ledi said in a reassuring voice. “I came to help you, and Eyram! That man was responsible for Ela’s death! Ela is still here, and she’s around your neck right now! She can’t crossover because her work is not done! She wants you and her sister safe from this bastard!”
Mrs. Opoku threw her handbag fiercely at Ledi.
Ledi caught the bag as Mrs. Opoku dropped to her knees by her husband and cradled his head, still screaming.
“Get this madman off me!” she screamed. “Call the police someone! Dad, have you got them?”
The elderly couple were standing against the wall with ashen faces.
“I got them, dear!” the man said with great fear.
“Tell me something, Ela!” Ledi said, still holding out a hand. “Something she would believe!”
“Oh, I don’t know!” Ela cried, highly agitated.
“Come off that!” Ledi persisted. “Tell me something…now!”
“Tell her…oh, I don’t know…tell her…tell her that last night she took a picture of me and wept for almost an hour…and…and, oh yes… tell her this morning when she came out of the bathroom she was wearing the panty inside out with huge label on the right!”
“Listen, madam!” Ledi Pedi said in a rush. “Ela says I should tell you that last night you took a photo of hers and held it and cried, and that this morning you wore your damn panties inside out with the label on your right hip!”
Mrs. Opoku stopped shouting, and she looked at Ledi with her eyes popping out of her face. Her parents came near her, both of them looking at Ledi with stunned eyes.
“W-what di-did y-you say?” the woman whispered with sudden fear as she got shakily to her feet.
Ela was holding her mother’s leg.
“Tell her to ask you something I’ll only know, and I’ll answer!”
“Ela says you should ask me something only her would know the answer, and I’ll tell you!”
“Get away from me!” the woman screamed shrilly, suddenly, her hands working on her hair, almost pulling them out by the roots. “Oh, get away from me! Get away from me! Dad!!”
The elderly man went to her and held her tightly.
The elderly woman pointed a shaking finger at Ledi.
“You evil man!” she whispered tremulously. “I bind you in the name of Jesus Christ!”
“Tell grandma that her spectacles are not missing!” Ela said desperately. “Last night she put them inside her yellow handbag, the one grandpa brought her from India!”
“You glasses aren’t missing,” Ledi said evenly. “Ela says you put them in your yellow handbag, the one your husband brought from India.”
The old lady gasped suddenly and held her chest, her eyes wide with sudden fear!
The old man and Mrs. Opoku were now staring at Ledi with sudden apprehension.
“Tell her that grandpa still uses the snuff powder,” Ela said with a smile, beginning to enjoy the game. “Tell her Mom knows about it but hasn’t told her.”
“Ela says your husband still uses snuff powder, and that your daughter knows about it,” Ledi said.
“Ohhhhhhh!” the old man said and took quick steps away, his eyes wide and his mouth wide open. “Oh, Ely, Ely! Are you here, Ely?”
Mrs. Opoku walked slowly toward Ledi Pedi, her eyes wide and suddenly filled with tears.
“She’s here?” she whispered tremulously. “Ela is here? Please! Is she here?”
“Tell Mom it hurts me when I see her weeping and blaming herself for my death!”
“Yes,” Ledi said with a smile. “She wants you to know that she does not blame you for her death at all.”
Mrs. Opoku sobbed suddenly, and her face collapsed as she sank slowly to her knees, her face torn and shattered with torture.
“Oh, Ela, Ela!” she wept bitterly. “How is she? Oh, how is my precious daughter? I miss her! I miss you Ela! Ela, came to me!”
Ela floated against her Mom.
“She’s right with you, madam,” Ledi said. “She’s happy now. There’s something she wants you to know!”
“The evidence is on the phone!” Ela said.
“What phone?” Ledi asked.
“Mr. Opoku’s phone! Videos of the things he did to me, and the last day he caused my death! Please get it!”
It didn’t take long to dig out Mr. Opoku’s phone.
Ledi handed it to Mrs. Opoku.
“What is this?” the woman asked hoarsely.
“Ela wants you to have it,” Ledi answered.
“He never lets me touch his phone!” the woman said. “It has a lot of passwords!”
“I know the passwords!” Ela said. “I’ve been watching him for almost a year!”
“Ela knows the passwords!” Ledi said.
A few moments later, the woman began watching the videos, and her face changed from incredulity to sheer horror!
She screamed, and then she began to kick her husband repeatedly in her agony.
Ledi Pedi held her away.
She was a screaming and broken mass!
Ledi held her, and spoke to her gently…
The elderly couple were weeping silently now.
Mr. Opoku remained on the floor, bleeding in the nose, jaw slack, as two nurses worked to revive him.
Then the crowd parted, and three armed policemen appeared, and walked toward them!
And then, suddenly the policemen were shoved aside and a pastor moved toward Ledi with a horrified face.
It was the pastor he had seen in Kofi’s room.
“Please!” the pastor said in a badly-trembling voice. “Please, come with me, please…something…bad happened! Please!”
To Be Continued…
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