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Chapter 5 of the book A Pragnant Ghost
Tom got into more troubles.
"Pregnant Ghost Chapter 5" by Goodadvicechan

A ghost wants Tom to be the father of her baby. She asked Tom to see her parents. Tom requested the Ghost's parents to arrange a dead person wedding for their daughter with another dead person. They o

Chapter 1 : Tom bought a picture of a beautiful girl dressed in red Chinese Wedding gown. The girl came out of the picture and talked to Tom every night.

Chapter 2. The ghost attacked Tom's girlfriend, Mary, causing her becoming unconscious. Monk Kong ( Ghost buster) failed to capture the ghost.

Chapter 3. Parents of Siu Feng and Siu Ming disapproved their requested dead person marriage.

Chapter 4. Siu Feng's grave was struck by lightning and the coffin was empty. Siu Feng's deceased body was gone. Tom was attacked in a haunted hotel.

Chapter 5.

I had never been so frightened in my life. I was frozen inside a bag, hands and feet tied, mouth taped. I opened my eyes and everything was pitch black. My soul had left my body. I still felt the cold breeze from outside and the wetness of my pants. Someone was scratching my bag. I prayed a human person came to rescue me. I didn't care who he or she was. I didn't mind even if it was a corpse. I wanted to get out of this bag badly.

All of a sudden, a few little creatures ran over my body. So it wasn't any human body scratching my bag. It was these horrible creatures. One of them ran over my left hand and bit me. I was certain it was a mouse. I was shaking with fear. I wasn't sure how many but at least three or four if not more. I couldn't hold myself any more, and further made my pants wetter. I wanted to die instead of being attacked by the mice.

My tears dropped down my face to my chin. I turned left and then right trying to get rid of the mice from my body. That didn't work. Some landed attacking my hands. I shook my fingers to get rid of them. The more I used my fingers to push them away, the more they attacked my hands. Some of them continued to bite me. I felt the bruises and little drops of blood dripping.

I closed my eyes and prayed to God of Mercy. God might have heard my prayer. The mice bit off the rope and set my hands free. The first thing I did was to remove the tape from my mouth. I finally could breathe like a normal person. I then untied my feet.

I searched for an opening to get out and found a hole in the bag. I tore open the hole, big enough to let me out.

When I got out of the bag, I found myself in an old morgue. The place was empty, only two coffins. I barely saw any light except the light from the moon. I was so frightened that I tore out to the street and ran as far as I could.

"Wait, wait..." I heard a voice, I ignored it, and ran faster. A cold and sharp wind blew my neck. My whole body contracted and my heart was pounding. The voice didn't stop and I continued running. Finally the head of a man blocked me from running, his eyes were red, glowing with fire. I didn't see the body. I tripped on something and fell on the ground, face down, some minor bruises.

"Please, leave me alone," I pleaded with fear.

A cold hand raised my head but I didn't see it.

The red eyes looked at me. "Don't be afraid. I need your help."

"Please, I can't help you. I can't even help myself."


"Please, let me go," I cried.

"Young man, I am not a good ghost but I am not a bad one either. Believe me. I am not going to harm you if you help me."

"I can't."

"Yes, you can. Also I can help you get out of your mess."


"I can take you to the nearest police station."


"Sit up and I'll tell you what to do."

I sat on the ground, trembling. The wind got stronger and the weather got colder. The street was foggy and I only saw his burning red eyes and his mouth talking.

"I'll take you to the police and you tell them I was murdered and ask them to investigate my case."

"They may not believe in me."

"They will and I know they will as long as you repeat what I tell you."

I opened my eyes and looked at the head closely. The face seemed like an honest one, full of sadness though.

"What am I going to tell the police?"

"Tell them my name is Ah Wong and my partner killed me and my wife."

"What else?"

"That's it. The police will do the investigation themselves."

The head started to move forward and I followed it. The police station wasn't too far away. When we got there, it was almost sunrise. The fog slowly disappeared. So did the ghost head.

The station was small, only one person on duty. He was a young man, aged about 25. He introduced himself as Officer Tung. He gave me a wet towel, a blanket and a cup of hot tea.

I cleaned my face and my bloody hands with the wet towel. I covered myself with the blanket. The tea was a life saver. I told him about my story. He took notes of everything.

"I'll send you to the main station in the morning. The officers there will take good care of you. They'll find the person who kidnapped you and charge him with murder. Meanwhile, you can take a good rest."

"Thank you."

" Anything else?"


"Are you sure?"

"Oh... I have a question."

"What's it?"

"Are there any ghosts in this neighborhood?"

"If you believe in it... Yes. But if you don't believe in it... No. Any more questions?"


"Then, I'll wake you up when the pick up car arrives tomorrow."


The main police station was within walking distance from the train station. It wasn't a big place. Only two people worked there. An officer greeted me.

"Mr. Tsang, good morning, I apologize for what had happened to you. I am Officer Tung Senior. The young man whom you met last night is my son. When I retire, I'll transfer him here to replace me. Our town is a small place and it's very safe here. I can't believe what had happened to you. I'll get to the bottom of it."

He handed me a cup of hot tea. I needed it.

"Officer Tung Senior, you need to charge the person who kidnapped me."

"Of course. I know your background already."


"Mrs Chow reported her daughter's body missing yesterday and she mentioned your name. We are investigating her case now. Unfortunately we cannot locate the caretakers. One of them, we call him Ah Wong. He and his wife were dead. His partner is out of town."

"What was the name of the deceased caretaker again?"

"Ah Wong."

"I saw him."

"Not possible. He's dead."

"He told me his partner killed him and his wife."

"Um... You really saw him?"

"Yes, sir. I only saw his head without body."

"Really? That's scary."

"It scared me to death."

"Mr. Tsang, what else did he tell you?"

"Nothing much."

"Did he tell you when he was killed?"


"Did he tell you where and why he was killed?"


"Did you see his wife?"


"How do you know Ah Wong?"

"He chased me from nowhere and showed me the way to your son's station."

"Should I believe in your words?"

"What I told you is the truth."

"Did the mice save you?"

"Yes, that's true too."

Officer Tung Senior turned to his partner. "Officer Chan, what do you think?"

"I've recorded everything."

"Do you believe it's true?" Officer Tung Senior said.

"I'm recording everything you say."

"Listen, everything I said is the truth." I interrupted.

Officer Chan said. "I'll record this sentence."

"Officer Chan, show Mr. Tsang the item we found in Ah Wong's house." Officer Tung Senior changed the subject.

Officer Chan opened a safe, brought out something and put it on a tray, and showed it to me.

"Have you seen this?" Officer Tung Senior turned to me.

I recognized it was the pin with five pearls; one black and four white pearls.

Officer Chan said. "Mr. Tsang, please answer. I need to record it."

"Oh... Yes." I nodded my head.

Officer Tung Senior said. "Where did you see it?"

"Miss Chow Siu Feng was wearing it."

"Do you know Miss Chow?"

"No. Um... Yes."

"Yes or no?"

"Yes. Um... No."

"Yes or no?"

Officer Chan answered. "I already put down no yes and yes no."

"I am not asking you, Officer Chan. I am asking Mr. Tsang."

"I saw Miss Chow wearing it in a picture."

"Where is the picture?"

"I don't know. I lost it. The last time I had it was in the haunted hotel."

"Let me ask you one more time. Do you know Miss Chow well? Yes or no."

"Yes and no."

"Officer Chan, lock up Mr. Tsang now for further questions later. I think he might be involved in a big theft." Officer Tung Senior got tired of my answers.

"What theft? I need a lawyer... and a phone call."

Officer Chan locked me in a prison cell adjacent to the police station. I was the only prisoner.



The book continues with Pregnant Ghost Chapter 6. We will provide a link to it when you review this below.

Author Notes
Chinese name: Surname first followed by first and middle initial unless the person has an English name, the they put English name before the surname.
The format is (English name) (Surname) (First name) (Middle Name).

In general, they address elderlies as Grandpa and Grandma even they are not related.

Tom Tsang: a Journalist
Mary: Tom's girlfriend
Chow Siu Feng: Pregnant Ghost
Ho Siu Ming:Siu Feng's boyfriend
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