By Brett McBean
Deep in the Tasmanian desolate tract lies Boolool Kiambram - useless Tree woodland. To the neighborhood Aborigines, Boolool Kiambram potential dying. A curse was once positioned over the wooded area greater than a century in the past, and the locals understand that after you input the sizeable expanse of leafless timber and ash-like soil, you are by no means to return.
To others, useless Tree wooded area is a legend. a few are drawn to the journey and secret of the fabled woodland of useless timber; others, similar to Ray Lambert, are attracted to the legend of the woman murdered within the woodland and the treasure she took along with her to her grave - a treasure that supposedly comprises significant powers.
When Ray travels to useless Tree wooded area within the desire of discovering the buried treasure, what he and his acquaintances locate is the stressed spirit of the murdered woman, and a curse that will not allow them to go away until eventually blood has been spilled and the wrongs of the previous were avenged.
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He turned away. ” Ray swivelled back around. ” Ray frowned. ” “Ginnumarra. You can hear her in the forest. ” “I can’t hear anything,” Ray said, and that was the truth—the forest was silent. “Yes, Ginnumarra has stopped for the night. But you heard her today, I know you did. ” With a nod, Ray stepped back over to his tent. *** With Ray back in his tent, the world was once again blacker than the devil’s soul. But that was okay. Chris didn’t need light. All he needed was his ears and the light that was in his head.
He knew he was going to die. He was surely going to drown. And that’s when he saw it. Like a lighthouse beacon flashing on a cold black night, he saw something glint around Ginnumarra’s neck. He stopped struggling. Gazed down at the slimy, distorted face of a girl dead over one hundred and eighty years. He saw the necklace looped around her fat neck, but his eyes were drawn to the dark stone at its centre, and the glowing light contained within. The hand released its grip on his ankle. He realised then that Ginnumarra wasn’t smiling at him out of spite, but welcoming him to come and get what he had come for.
Find your bearings, and then walk straight. You’ll get out of this forest eventually. You have to. Even if he couldn’t find the meadow again, and then the way back down to the van, surely he would find some kind of civilisation. Eventually. He scanned the area. None of it seemed familiar. He couldn’t even remember which direction he had arrived at the lake. Ray shivered. The afternoon was rapidly fading into evening. It would get very cold very quickly, and he didn’t have any change of clothes or anything to help build a fire.
Dead Tree Forest by Brett McBean