Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 94: Baio-Yujia’s Ghost Part 5

After Baio-Yujia’s Ghost tried to kill Alexand, (see issue 93) Alex runs to the only person who could possibly help her. CLICK HERE for next chronological story.

Alexand Merek. Saskatoon Military base, India, (3985)
Alexand Merek. Saskatoon Military base, India, (3985)

22 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 94: Baio-Yujia’s Ghost Part 5

  1. Oh, I’m not ready to believe that just yet, darling, though it’s supposedly been caught on camera. I am enjoying this storyline immensely. I confess the vastness of your collection is sometimes daunting to me, and often I come by and read a random post, or sometimes just admire your drawings — but this ghost story has captivated me, and I beg that you’ll continue on this and give it a good resolution before moving on to other characters. Alexand and Katherine are, you know, two of my favourites, and having them in a ghost story is just wonderful.

    1. Thanks Helena, sadly this ghost is all in Alexand’s head, but there will be other stories with Alex and Katherine in the future. I admit I enjoy writing for them like no other characters.

  2. Wow, Cheryl! I was completely captivated. I couldn’t stop reading, moving from one instalment to the next. (How did I come to miss so many episodes?) The struggle with Baio-Yujia’s Ghost was steeped in thrilling intensity. I think I stopped breathing for the read. And then in this post, I so love how Alex found safety in Katherine. You are one extraordinary writer, Cheryl!

  3. There is nothing I can say that will convey the complex and numerous feelings this brings me ahh, but then , you already know. The story is wonderful and growing more so and the pictures are perfect.
    Alex

  4. Hi Cheryl! This is such a fantastic combination of technology, the occult and a budding love story. The atmosphere’s brilliantly dour and claustrophobic – a perfect backdrop to Alex’s anguish. And the drawings are just wonderful – particularly like the weirdness of the last one with the film recorder in action framed by the mundanity of Katherine’s room.

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