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Be My Ghost

By: Tim Kelly

Age Level: Middle Grades to High School
Cast: 14F, 8M, adjustable
Time: 90 minutes, 2 acts

Young George Travis, like Stephen King, writes horror fiction, but he has "writer’s block" - hasn’t had an idea in months! He travels to rural New Hampshire where his eccentric Aunt Julia has willed him Black Raven Inn, a gloomy summer hotel. Local villagers say the place is haunted by the dangerous spirit of Mercy Appleton. When George and his bride-to-be arrive on a dark and stormy night (what else?), all manner of terror occurs. High school students, detoured from a Halloween celebration, seek shelter. Rootin’-Tootin’, an Egyptian mummy, is delivered for storage, a Hollywood agent drops in, two weird sisters collect roadkill so they can practice taxidermy. When the housekeeper, Mrs. Shrivel, is murdered, what had started out as fun ends up as a strange "whodunit" mystery. Like all Kelly plays the action is nonstop, hilarious and spooky! One set, two acts.

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