#FridayFotoFiction

The Spark #FridayFotoFiction

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This aircraft had crashed on this beach exactly 25 years ago. The souls of the 300+ people who perished, burnt to death trapped inside, inhabited this beach was the story that became a belief over the years.

This belief replaced the hopes of the future in the inhabitants of this small town and people slowly left, for greener pastures and other countries. Little realising that their absence was what had made it a ghost town.

Years later a bright young inhabitant had a dream. The pictures and the story of this wreck he posted all over Social Media found their mark, and film crews from all over the world made their way to this town to shoot in and around this ‘unique site’.

Tourism boomed, opportunities blossomed. The town grew, as did the number of inhabitants.

The wandering souls, wrongly accused, finally rested in peace.

 

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6 thoughts on “The Spark #FridayFotoFiction

  1. Strange how haunted souls make places uninhabitable. Glad that social media came to the rescue of this deserted town. But honestly, last year I visited The Winchester Mystery House at Santa Clara, a place that was haunted or supposed to be haunted and even though this was a total tourist gimmick I got spooked . Dead souls don’t die….. they just live in the twilight zone.

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