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Chelley - 'Ghost'Quick Note: Inspired by some ghost AU prompts on Tumblr, and some elements from C. S. Lewis’s The Great Divorce. (Also a warning to readers as there are some references to death and blood, but nothing overly gory or graphic. Just letting you know.)Chelley - 'Ghost' by CodyNaomiSwire
Wheatley couldn’t stand it anymore.
This had been the third night that Chell lay in bed crying, and Wheatley bit his bottom lip as he heard her sobs through the wall, wishing with all his soul that he could do something to help her. It had been two months since she had moved into his old flat, and he had done his best to help her on multiple occasions. He was just so glad to have her there.
It had been years since they were able to get anyone to rent this particular flat…especially when they heard about what had happened there.
Strangely, Wheatley himself didn’t remember much about what had happened that fateful day. Which was ironic, considering he was the one they killed. He figured it was for the best
The Surprise, Part 4The days had gone by, and for a while it looked like they had almost gone back to normal. But now, as Chell awoke, she rolled over to find that yet again, there was no Wheatley beside her.The Surprise, Part 4 by CodyNaomiSwire
Chell sat up quickly, rubbing the sleep out of her eyes, as the fog of her dreams gave way to the light of the morning sun. Chell had no idea how Wheatley was able to leave without her realizing it this time, but then…well, she had been rather tired lately. And for good reason…
With a heaviness weighing in her heart, Chell pulled on a nice warm sweater and made her way down to the kitchen, wondering what she would say to Wheatley the next time she saw him, and wondering what he could possibly be up to now. As she came up to the large table in the middle of the room, she expected to find the usual cup of tea that Wheatley would’ve left her. Sure enough, there it was, but now there was something else, too.
Chell stopped, the weight in her chest suddenly b