The Haunting of Masterson House

The Haunting of Masterson House

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Genre: Erotica

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Status: In Progress

Genre: Erotica

Summary

The masterson family who died back in 1841 by being Burt to death in their own home is now haunting the castle family in present day. The castle family now lives in the home the masterson's once lived in but now haunt. Each member of the castle family have an entity haunting them. The masterson's are trying to get ride of the castle family before the castle get rid of them first.

Summary

The masterson family who died back in 1841 by being Burt to death in their own home is now haunting the castle family in present day. The castle family now lives in the home the masterson's once lived in but now haunt. Each member of the castle family have an entity haunting them. The masterson's are trying to get ride of the castle family before the castle get rid of them first.

Chapter1 (v.1) - 1800s-1841

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A brief history of the Masterson family.

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Submitted: August 20, 2016

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THE HAUNTING OF MASTERSON HOUSE

Chapter 1-1800s-1841

Victor Masterson and his lovely family of five lived in an old colonial plantation home in Pleasantville, New Jersey, 1841. He was a father to a handsome sixteen year old boy that was the spinning image of him names Greyson, a beautiful red headed little eight year old girl named Claudette and a gorgeous mixed race eighteen year old daughter named Aurora.

Victor fell in love with a young slave woman he owned named Savanna Godfry back when he was a newly independent slave owner. He had just newly become a wealthy business man and had just bought the house in Pleasantville, when he purchased the young vivacious beauty at an auction in one of the city’s wealthiest prized slave banquets. The young beauty had been taken from her home in northern Africa, by slave sellers and brought to the states to be sold. She had been separated from her family during the long journey and was branded with a slave name. The name she was to be called was Agatha.

Young Victor had just recently purchased a few slaves to help him at the plantation and needed a live in slave to do all the cooking and cleaning. When he first laid eyes on Agatha, he was immediately drawn to her beauty. Although she had ratted torn clothes and her hair was a bit mattered, he could not take his eyes off her big hazel bright eyes and luscious thick pink lips. With no hesitation, he bought her for $800 dollars.

When Victor brought Agatha home, he asked her what her real name was; she said her real name was Savanna Godfry and she was given the name Agatha by the slave traders. She said she would want to be called by her real name and he agreed to call her Savanna. Savanna was special to Victor; she was not only given special privileges, but was treated very kindly by Victor and his family. She wore nice clothes and looked very clean and presentable around victor and his family.

 During her first two years with Victor, Victor started finding a sexual liking to Savanna. They would spend time together even if it meant just chatting and talking about her life and her history.  They would spend hours walking around the huge plantation, talking and eating berries. Victor fell in love with young Savanna. They sharing intimate moments with each other and loved to be in each other’s company. Shortly after, Savanna got pregnant with Victor’s child. When Victor found out that Savanna was pregnant with his child, he was astonished and excited, but they were worried that society would not accept their child; Even his mom and dad did not expect or want such child to be born. They always warned victor not to get too close to Savanna because of situations like this, but Victor only followed his heart.

When Savanna was about nine months pregnant and was about to have the baby, Victor’s family decided that they would bring in the private family doctor to help conceive the baby at their home, without nobody knowing. They would also pay off the doctor to keep his mouth shut.

Savanna finally had their beautiful daughter and they decided to name her Aurora meaning goddess of sleep, because when she was conceived she did not cry or make a fuss. She was actually asleep when she came out of the womb.

Around the time, her daughter Aurora was born, Victor decided to take part in the freedom of slavery movement. He knew how much freedom and family meant to him and Savanna. He became a spokesperson for freedom of slavery. He traveled and made speeches all around the states especially in his home town New Jersey. During this time he kept Aurora a secret to society, but the guilt of keeping her a secret ate him up every day and that motivated him even more. He angered allot of people who did not believe in the freedom of slaves and equality, especially the white supremacy.

In order to keep Aurora and her mother safe, he decided to marry a young white local woman named Effie Goodwin; he met at a family party. Effie Goodwin was the young daughter of a very well established wealthy man that the family knew for years. A year after he had met Effie, they got engaged and got married. He loved Effie but feared that he was not in love with her. Effie knew that his heart did not belong to her; she knew that his heart was with the young African American slave that worked for him. It bothered her at first but she learned to cope with it over the years. All she wanted from him was a family, in which she got.  A year later she conceived her first child; a baby boy named Greyson, in which his father loved and cherished very much. Eight years later a red headed baby girl was born named Claudette. She had red hair like her mother and beautiful baby blue eyes like her father.

Over the years growing up, Aurora, Greyson and Claudette were inspirable. They loved and cared for each other with big hearts and saw each other as brother and sisters. They loved Aurora and Aurora loved them too. Never once did they doubt that Aurora was different from them, because they were raised to see each other as equal, despite what their skin color was.

When Greyson was fifteen and Claudette was seven, their mother suddenly fell ill to pneumonia. She was bed ridden for months until she finally passed away. Greyson, Claudette and Aurora were devastated by her passing. Claudette cried for months and Greyson helped his father with his speeches to keep his mind occupied; he did not want to mourn his mother the way his baby sister mourned her.

Victor continued his speeches and won favors by the people of New Jersey. The white supremacy where still angry and decided that they would get rid of Victor and his family by burning them alive. One warm night, the white supremacy marched over to the Masterson’s home. As the Masterson’s slept in their beds, the men boarded up their windows and doors, and lite the house of fire. That night Victor Masterson, his two daughters Aurora and Claudette and his son Greyson burned to death in their home. The slave courters was not burned down and that was were Savanna was sleeping that night.


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