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More about the ghost
Later Julie telephones her best friend Diana to tell her about Holly How. Diana is similar to Julie. They are both quiet and like the countryside, and they both have one older brother. Diana loves music. She plays the piano very well and practices all the time.
“Hi, Diana! It’s Julie. How are you?”
“Great, thanks,” says Diana. “How are you?”
“I’m fine,” replies Julie.
“What are you doing this evening?” says Diana.
“Well,” says Julie, “I’m planning to go to a youth hostel in the Lake District,” says Julie. She’s very excited.
“That sounds fun!” replies Diana. “Where is it?”
“It’s at Coniston Water in the Lake District. It’s called Holly How. There’s an article in Teen Adventure about it. Would you like to come with me?” says Julie.
“Yes, that’s right.”
Diana is silent.
“Diana,” says Julie, “what’s the matter?”
“Err… Are you sure it’s called Holly How?” asks Diana.
“Yes, I’m sure. Holly How at Coniston Water. It’s a beautiful place. It’s on a big lake. They have boats and you can go climbing and pony-riding… Why?
“I think Holly How is…” Diana stops talking.
“Holly How is what?” asks Julie impatiently.
“Well… people say that a girl died there a few years ago…” replies Diana.
“What do you mean?” asks Julie. She remembers Paul’s words. Suddenly she can feel goosebumps on her arms.
“There is a mystery about the lake,” Diana continues.
“What mystery?” Julie replies.
“Some people say Coniston Water is haunted by a ghost,” Diana says. “You can see it at night. It’s the ghost of a girl and it always wears a silver locket, the same locket the young girl who died there had.”
“What nonsense,” laughs Julie. “That isn’t true.
Coniston Water is very safe. There are lots of teenagers at the youth hostel in the photos in Teen Adventure and they’re all having fun! No one is scared, there’s no ghost there! Please come with me. It’s more fun if we both go!” says Julie.
“Do you really think it is safe?” asks Diana.
“Oh, yes!” says Julie. “And anyway, my brother wants to go, too. He says he is going to protect us!”
“I don’t know,” says Diana. “I do like to boat and swim… When are you going to go?”
“Next week. My mom’s booking the places.”
“How long are you going to stay?”
“Five days,” replies Julie.
“Do you think they have a piano? I want to practice,” asks Diana.
“No, I don’t think so. But we can take a guitar.”
“Yes, that’s true. What clothes are you going to take?” Diana asks.
“Oh, the usual things - a jacket, a couple of pairs of jeans, a few T-shirts and some good hiking boots. And I’m going to take some tennis shoes, too,” replies Julie.
“Okay. Let me ask my parents. Hold on,” Diana says. She puts down the phone.
She is back in two minutes. “Sorry, Julie, my parents don’t want me to go. They say neither of us should go. They heard that Coniston Water is dangerous. They know the story about the young girl who died there. I’m sorry. I hope you have a good time!
Talk to you later!”
Diana puts down the phone.
“A good time!”
Julie thinks to herself “I hope so, too. I hope nothing terrible happens at the youth hostel!”
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