THE MUDDLED MYSTERY OF THE MURDERED MUSE, Chapter 37: Houdini Speaks!

The Muddled Mystery of the Murdered Muse is a full-length novel, presented to you in Medium-sized chapters twice a week (Tuesday and Friday), that tells the story of Sebastian Holden, a paranoirmal investigator who solves the strangest cases this side of Jersey City and Brooklyn.

If you missed the previous chapter, read it here; if you’ve already read this chapter, read the final chapter (for now) here.

CHAPTER 37: HOUDINI SPEAKS!

“Not him. Me! Down here.”
 
I looked down and saw a drawing of Harry Houdini in Gordon Von Nestor’s signature style. The drawing was moving freely about the page and speaking to me from his two-dimensional plane of existence he seemed trapped inside, ironically.
 
“Look into my well-rendered eyes, Sebastian Holden. You are getting very sleepy. Very sleepy indeed, and to the beat of the creaks in the floorboards, you will sleep.

[Creak.]

…Sleep.

[Creak.]

Sleep…”

>> Continue reading: Chapter 38: Jacques du Caf, Part Deux >>

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