The Ghost of Lady Annabelle by Drac Von Stoller

During the 14th Century a young beautiful blonde woman by the name of Lady Annabelle was married to the most ruthless King of England King Geston I. The king threw elaborate parties in his castle that Lady Annabelle being timid and shy didn’t approve of but the king told her to shut up and mind her own business. The king always had a woman at his side and didn’t care about having a monogamous relationship with Lady Annabelle.
The Ghost of Lady Annabelle
The Ghost of Lady Annabelle by Drac Von Stoller
One day when the king was visiting his good friend Lord Bennington, Lady Annabelle got on her horse to take a ride to help relieve the stressful lonely days of being the kings wife, but just as she was about to take off on her horse, a dashing young man on a beautiful white horse rode alongside Lady Annabelle’s horse and asked her what her name was, and she said “Lady Annabelle,” in an excited voice. She was so excited to be in the presence of this handsome man that she could barely remember her name. The handsome man said “My name is Lord Wellington. Would you like some company on your ride?” Lady Annabelle smiled and said “Yes my Lord that would be most fitting to have you ride alongside me but we must hurry because if my king catches us together he will kill us both.” Lord Wellington chimed in and said “Let me worry about that my lady.” The two rode off laughing and having a really good time. Little did they know that the king had one of his men keep a close eye on Lady Annabelle while he was gone visiting his friend. After a good thirty minutes into the ride Lord Wellington motioned for Lady Annabelle to follow his horse to a secluded area to rest before riding back to the castle. They both tied their horses to a tree nearby the clearing where they would rest for a brief moment. They both sat down on the grass laughing and talking for a bit then their eyes met and they embraced and shared a kiss together not knowing that behind one of the trees by the clearing was the king’s man that was to keep an eye on Lady Annabelle should anything such as this should arise. Moments later the chemistry that these two had could not be ignored so they both tore out of their clothes and made passionate love together. Then the man that was keeping an eye on Lady Annabelle got on his horse and rode as fast as he could to tell King Geston I what he had witnessed. After he broke the news to the king, the king slammed his mug down on the table and told his friend Lord Bennington that he had some important business to take care of and would be back shortly. The king and his right hand man took off on their horses back to his castle to retrieve a battle ax and confront the two love birds. As the king was led to the where his wife and this unknown man was at he was fuming inside. The closes their horses got to where the love birds were at all they could hear was the two passionate lovers noises. The king stepped down from his horse and took the battleaxe in one hand and proceeded beyond the trees in the secluded area where his wife and her lover were at. He ran up to the two lovers and while Lord Wellington was raising up off of Lady Annabelle the king swung the ax and off went Lord Wellington’s head onto the ground. The king’s wife was screaming in agony and pleaded for her husband not to kill her but there was too much rage and anger in the king to turn back now so he approached his wife and said “You have shattered our dreams and I know I was a very busy man but the luxury and a castle I guess wasn’t enough.” The king said “Close your eyes my love.” His wife closed her eyes as tears flowed down her rosy cheeks, then he raised the ax above his head and swung the ax with great force severing her head off her shoulders. The king told his right hand man that he wasn’t going to bury Lord Wellington and his wife on his family’s castle grounds so he and his right hand man buried their bodies where they lay. The king decided from this day forward he was through with women and was just going to live his life as a lonely man in his empty castle for the rest of his days. The king became very lonely and tried to drown out his loneliness with alcohol which led to his right hand man and servants leaving the castle. It wouldn’t be long before his past would be back to haunt him. One night as the king was drowning his sorrows with booze there was a knocking on the castle’s front door. The knocking was faint because of the howling wind and storm, but the knocking just kept getting louder as though the sound was inside his head. The king yelled out for one of his servants to see who was at the door, but there were no servant’s just his lonely drunken self. The king said in a drunken state of mind “Never mind I’ll answer it myself.” He staggered down the castle’s steps to the front door and opened it and there stood at his doorway Lord Wellington and Lady Annabelle saying “We thought we would come visit you and show you what it feels like to lose your head like we did.” The sight of seeing his dead wife and lover made his heart stop beating but not enough to kill him. The king tried to run away but he was too drunk so as he was able to reach the first step of his stairs he fell down and turned over on his back and watched in horror as his wife and lover were standing right over him with their hands on the battle ax that was used to behead them. The king pleaded for his life but the dead shows no mercy. His dead wife said “Now it’s your time to shed some tears before your head leaves your shoulders.” Lord Welling raised the ax above his head as the king’s wife and Lord Wellington were laughing. Then the ax struck the kings neck severing it from his shoulders rolling off the step onto the floor. The kings decapitated body wasn’t discovered until about a month later when his right hand man came back to pay him one more visit before leaving the country and when he saw the kings headless body lying on the steps he knew Lady Annabelle and Lord Wellington came back from the dead for revenge. Legend has it that on a windy stormy night you can see two ghostly figures standing at the castle door knocking and calling out the king’s name. There have also been reports of hearing screams coming from the woods where Lady Annabelle and Lord Wellington were buried and some have reported seeing the king’s ghost cutting their heads off. If you love ghost hunting this would be a good place to see ghost activity.


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