#Haunted Family House
Haunted Family House
This haunted family house is the definition of spooky! With 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a downstairs study, and an attic with a hidden secret, you and your Sims will never know what's lurking around the corner.
3 bedrooms | 3 bathrooms
30 x 20 lot (Forgotten Hollow)
“bb.moveobjects on” will need to be used before placement.
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Me, driving to Mike Flanagan’s house at 3am to discuss how he pulled me in with terrifying ghosts and ended with giving me the best wlw love story and had me sobbing on my couch like a hot mess:
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This is my house.
I won’t allow anyone to harm it.
There should have been no more intruders after the last one.
I do not want these people here. They will leave-
They are siblings. They are loud.
Always singing and talking and stomping. As if they must be louder than anything else.
There are bolts on the door now. Bolts and hideous, gaudy new locks.
How dare they-
I was going to fill the night with terrors. But he woke up screaming before I began. She came running from the other room. They sleep right across the hall from each other, with the doors on a crack.
…they are young, are they not, to be living on their own. Was I ever so young?
She has fixed the squeak in the door at the top of the stairs.
It never squeaked when I still lived.
The noise of the doorbell scares them. But they get so many deliveries.
It is a good bell. It has worked all these years-
I can see one of the men coming now with his packages, trudging up to the door.
…perhaps if I knock before he is here, they will come and look before he can sound the bell.
He is planting flowers in boxes on my windowsills.
I always wished I could have some flowers.
She is afraid of the dark. I could see it in her eyes when she got out of bed.
…I lit the lamps for her.
They have moved the couch to the sun spot a little to the right of the window.
That is where I used to have my armchair.
It is the only sensible place for it.
Sometimes the noises of the world are suddenly too much for him. He winces and tries not to sway his head.
This is my house.
…I can keep it calm and quiet for a while.
She just got a phone call and now they are both laughing.
Laughter is a good sound, isn’t it.
They said this house has been good luck…
They are singing in our kitchen.
He found my cookbook in the gap at the back of the kitchen cabinet and now they are trying to cook.
They wanted to start with the soufflé. They don’t even know how to make béchamel!
I turned the page to the casserole instead.
This is my house.
These are my boarders.
I won’t allow anyone to harm them.
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this gives me chills every time
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What a sad, beautiful tragic love
I think I've seen this film before
And I didn't like the ending
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I've been thinking a lot about what does and does not constitute a haunted house lately
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Blackout on Halloween, and just Viren's house. How convenient.
More of the modern-magefam-living-in-a-haunted-suburban-house au. I wish I could've made more of these before the end of the spoopy month :(
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They fuck you up, your mom and dad.
They may not mean to, but they do.
- Philip Larkin
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That’s my first « edit » so don’t judge me lol ✨
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Houses of Horror Series by Lively Ghosts
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Handbook for the Mysterious & Spooky
by Salina Kyle for Little Shop of Gore
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So, ok, Phil is Tommy and Wilbur’s dad, right, so what happened with Wilbur, did he die and become a phantom or was he adopted
Like did Tommy find a dead guy and decide Big Brother or what
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My husband: "You're not going to make us all coordinate in matching sweaters for Halloween again, are you?"
Me: "Well....they don't match exactly, buuuuuutttt..."
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If any of you out there like reading, ghost stories, or strong, well-written characters, might I suggest reading Lockwood and Co?
There are 5 books total in the series and they're honestly unlike anything else I've ever read in the YA Supernatural genre. Kind of Ghostbusters meets Sherlock Holmes.
Ghosts plague England after dark and only children can see them. The kids with the strongest talents for seeing, hearing, or feeling ghosts end up working for agencies whose purpose is eradicating hauntings as they appear. Lockwood and Co is one such agency, a group of misfit kids fighting not just to survive but to become the best in the business.
The hauntings are spooky and fun, the characters are interesting and Lucy's narrative pov is relatable, quick-witted, and often savagely funny. Lockwood and Co is worth it, if you can stomach a few spooks you should absolutely give it a chance!
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Why Jamie didn't stay at Bly after Dani's death? She could have seen her... Maybe Dani wouldn't appear to her like Viola or Peter. I don't understand
Jamie is, at heart, the pragmatic center of the show--and, along with Owen, the least directly touched by ghosts. If Jamie had been the one to carry the Lady back to the lake, if Dani had swum down to find her body, maybe it would go differently. Maybe Dani would have posted up at that house for the rest of her life, getting up each night to wait on the stairs for her wife to come home. But that isn't Jamie's world. Jamie doesn't see ghosts. Jamie lives the day-to-day of a mortal woman who understands the importance of life is in its eventual ending.
So, Jamie goes back to Bly. And she knows what she'll see in that lake--it's obvious in how she squares her shoulders, bunches her fists, prepares herself for the dive. It's obvious that she knows what she'll find; all that's left is to look down. To make it real. And she tries to believe in the curse of the Lady more than she believes in her wife having broken it. She tries to scream for the Lady to take her, to drag her down, too. But Jamie is pragmatic. Jamie is grounded in the day-to-day physicality of the world, in the organic nature of plant-grow-die. Jamie breaks the surface. Jamie swims to shore. Jamie keeps going, because that's who Jamie is. She has never (knowingly) seen a ghost. She has only seen the bodies of her loved ones. She knows the tactile nature of seeing a person you've laughed with, hugged, lived alongside laying cold at the bottom of something you're too small to reach.
Dani might have stayed at Bly, if the positions were reversed, because Dani was haunted from the start. But haunting, for Jamie, is new. Jamie has built a solid life for herself, a home, a marriage, in America. Bly is a memory by the time she gets back to it and finds Dani there. The reality, the solidness of the world, is in their apartment. Their shop. Moving around a world littered with bits and pieces of Dani Clayton. If Jamie--solid, pragmatic, one-day-at-a-time Jamie--is ever going to find her wife again, it won't be waiting around in that big empty house. It'll be in the world they built together. It'll be continuing to honor Dani's love and her wish for Jamie to be free and safe by living. And it'll be by asking. Not standing staunchly in that manor, making demands. That's not Jamie. That's never been Jamie. Jamie respected Dani's agency in life; in death, she's doing the same as best she can. She's going back to the home they shared. She's allowing Dani's sacrifice to push her forward. And she's hoping--wishing--asking with everything she has--that Dani will find her again. Not in the lake. Not where the Lady held dominion. But in the world they lived in together. Jamie's understanding of a haunting is different from everyone else's, because it's never forced upon her. She welcomes it. She aches for it. She leaves that door open. She understands that the cycle of Bly--meeting the love of her life there, watching the Lady take hold there, finding her wife under those waves there--is complete. This? Looking into mirrors, running baths, waiting every night for Dani to appear? This is the hope that their cycle will continue. Not the closed circuit of that house, but the open promise of marriage going beyond the grave.
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Carpenter is a ghost. Not in like a "and they were dead all along" edgy bullshit way but in a "the way people talk about both her and the trawlerman's faith are similar to how people talk about ghosts and i think its neat <3" kind of way. Faulkner may think hes a prophet but Carpenter is a haunted house <33
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“Think of me when you stand in the rain. I loved you completely. And you loved me the same. That’s all. The rest is confetti.”
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my favorite haunted houses 1/?
The Conjuring / Resident Evil 7 / 13 Ghosts / The Haunting of Bly Manor / Layers of Fear / Addams Family Show / Beetlejuice / House of 1000 Corpses / Psycho
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