First Saturday K.L.U.M.S.I.E.E. Krafter's Klub

First Saturday K.L.U.M.S.I.E.E. Krafter's Klub

212 Reads 36 Votes 12 Part Story
Elizabeth Comiskey By eacomiskey Updated Jul 11

Four women, born in four different decades, come together once a month at the little red brick church on Washington Street for The First Saturday K.L.U.M.S.I.E.E. Crafter's Club --a time they dedicate to creativity, decadent food, and sharing the happenings of their lives. Over the years, they've learned most everything about one another, but each keeps a a single dark secret from the others. When a new pastor arrives they warn him to beware of the church's ghost, but when history threatens to repeat, belief in a local legend becomes full fledged terror of a vengeful spirit.

As each woman's story is revealed, the ties that bind the families of the small town become more tangled and entwined until past and present blur into a stunning moment of revelation.

  • adultfiction
  • friendship
  • funny
  • ghost
  • grownupreads
  • horror
  • humor
  • motherdaughter
  • mystery
  • paranormal
  • scary
  • thewritersedge
  • wattys2018
  • womensfiction
JasperRuby JasperRuby Jun 01
I like that she's not just a stereotype. Badass and preened but also warm and kind.
Di_Rossi Di_Rossi May 02
After that phone conversation? Ok. Sounds like a woman with a chip on her shoulder and something to prove.
eacomiskey eacomiskey May 03
I was always in love with the cute young teachers. Thankfully they had enough sense and decency to act like they didn't know it.
JasperRuby JasperRuby Jun 01
As a not-particularly-accomplished 33-year-old I can relate to this sentiment!
Di_Rossi Di_Rossi May 02
Just noticed that Klumsiee Krafter's Klub could be seen to spell KKK. For those looking for these references...
Di_Rossi Di_Rossi May 02
I'd suggest using past perfect *had sat instead of simple past "sat".  I was confused as to the sequence of events since both are described in simple past, but one clearly took place before the other.