Have you ever saw a ghost in a public school? Well, at OHS there is a ghost in the library! This ghost is not like the rest. Her name is Cindy Wells. No one knows why she is here. She wears a white lacy dress with black slip-on shoes. She also has white, long, frizzy hair and black eyes. Her skin looks pale and almost looks like it is glowing. She is very skinny and has sharp yellow teeth. Cindy has glasses that are on the tip of her long nose. The room is cold because that is a sign that there is a ghost in the room. Everyone is scared of her. There is no librarian that works there because she had quit because of the fright of the ghost.
Cindy the ghost likes to read during her free time. She rearranges the books and mixes them all up because she likes to joke around and trick people. There is a wooden rocking chair in the corner of the library that she loves to rock in. Sometimes you can’t see her, so the chair looks like it is rocking with no one in it. At night, she throws books and papers all over the room. She changes her mood to sad, happy, and angry all of the time.
One time I went into the library with my friend Makenzie because we needed some books for an assignment. We saw Cindy in her rocking chair and she was crying and screaming. We dashed to a row of books and hid behind them. We could hear her footsteps coming toward us. We didn't want to stand up because then she would see us, so we crawled to another book shelf. We were one book shelf away from the books we needed. Cindy was knocking the books down to try to see where we were. She was furious that she couldn't find us. So then she was knocking the rows of books down and throwing books around the room. A book landed right by me, so that meant she was really close. We were very scared. We crawled to one more shelf and we found our books. She was standing right behind me. She was breathing on me. I looked back and I stared into her black eyes. Her eyes seemed to get bigger and bigger. We could see that she had sharp teeth. Makenzie was so scared she chucked a dictionary at Cindy’s head, but the book just went straight through her. She just laughed at that like it was the funniest thing ever. Her laugh is very screechy and high pitched. We screamed as loud as we could. She kept getting closer to us. All of the sudden, I hear the door open. There was my teacher standing there telling us to hurry up. The weird thing is, the ghost disappeared, the shelves were standing up, and the books were neatly placed on the shelves. Our teacher told us to get off the floor and gave us detentions. He said no excuses either. So we got in trouble even though we didn't do anything. He said he could hear us laughing and running around, even though we didn’t. We told him we didn't do that and that the books were everywhere and the shelves were knocked over because of Cindy. He did not believe us. Right when I walked out of the room, I looked back. There was Cindy, laughing in her rocking chair and pointing at me.