Midnight on Colley Hill

burned edged pic Redington V1
Picture credited to http://www.maritimephotographic.co.uk

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My Halloween story is published, starting today, and running through the week, on creative frontiers.

Hope you enjoy the story if you read it.

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Author: susanjanejones

I write articles and short stories, and this year I've become a pocket novelist for my weekly.

21 thoughts on “Midnight on Colley Hill”

    1. Hi Keith, and glad you’re hooked. I hope you know what you’re letting yourself in for:))) It’s not a typical womag story at all. Redington is my fictional village in mid-Norfolk, with a mixture of lovely and some not so lovely people. Hope you enjoy the stories, and don’t say I didn’t warn you:00)

      1. That’s fabulous, he might even have passed through (Redington) then Keith. What’s his name, so I can include him in a story? The next one is going to be a time-slip one. Where a fairground comes to Redington, and two people will go on the waltzers, and when they step off, they’ll be in the 1950’s….
        My family come from over there as well. Wouldn’t it be great if your ancestors and mine knew each other……

  1. Super story Susan. I could do with a spell or two. Oh and I must remember to buy sweeties for the trick or treaters that will be banging on my door tomorrow evening.

  2. Hi, Susan. Me again.
    My dad’s name was Doug and he came from a village called Syderstone which is a few miles west of Fakenham. He had two brothers, Frank and Bobby. Uncle Bobby and his wife are still alive and used to live at Bircham Tofts until they moved to King’s Lynn a couple of years ago.

  3. Spooks Alive!!! Your Dad was Doug??? He’s well and truly already in the story then, Keith. He also appeared in the first Redington story, ‘The Redington Millions.’ He was at a church meeting, and also giving tractor rides at the church fete. He was also in, ‘Murder at Brook House Farm’ where he sadly lost the love of his life, who he’d been seperated from for a while.
    Kings Lynn featured in the windmill story. Marigold and Simone drove through there on their way to the windmill. Redington, as you’ve guessed is a stones throw away from Fakenham. And it could feature in a story soon. Now I’ll have to put Bobby and Frank in a story if that’s alright with you… Spooky and spookier…… Did you notice, I made Doug the best looking man in Norfolk:))) And he has three witches after him…

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