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Yuka Miroirさん: THE THIRD RED APPLE
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  • The true horror stories in modern Paris Part 20
  • I am drained, I am fighting palpation. The new true horror story in the modern Paris is difficult for me to write because I am st
    ill living the nightmare. It is not over after 6 months and the perpetrator is gaining the ground. Because it is true I have to
    alter some aspects so as not to be sued for the invasion of privacy. However, I am so weaken, mentally and physically, [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris Part 19
  • There is a police station on the island of Cite in the middle of historical Paris. It is where the world renowned La Notre Dame C
    athedral is crowned. The price of real estate of this island is literally ‘Priceless.’ And yet, behind the cathedral stands
    this police station. From the point of views of any real estate agents, it is a massive waste of potential, but…the hist [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris Part 18
  • I could see from the ripped corner of the large envelope that it was a bag of snack. Why anyone would go pale over that, I wonder
    ed. We were still at the talking stage, Leila and me. I suggested ‘Has a company sent you a sample?’ She replied ‘No’ w
    ith a subdued voice. ‘A gift from your friend?’ I asked thinking it would be an odd gift to send by post.  [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris Part 17
  • North Korea launched another missile towards Japan just hours ago and yet I am updating my blog as business as usual. Just as we
    often refuse to confront the imminent danger, we also deny the past danger as if it had been all in our mind. In my case, I wante
    d to retain faith in humanity so as days gone by I tried to see Leila in a more sympathetic light. Had she not been suf [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris Part 16
  • Needless to say I caught up with my long awaited restful sleep in Wien the first few days. As I regained my strength I assessed t
    he situation. The bar next door should not be too much problems as the owner-residents would surely take care of the noise once t
    hey are back from Christmas holidays. So it was back to those two anti-socials upstairs. Perhaps I could [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris Part 15
  • Fate―a factor you cannot overuse in fictions lest the plot becomes unrealistically convenient. Thus the characters have to take the matters in their hands. The readers cheer on while fully being aware that it does not happen in real life. As this is my true story I could only wait for the fate to intervene. I could not even move out the apartment because the agent would wa [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in Paris-Part 14
  • Up to this point I had never thought of the possibility of the two neighbours from Hell being involved in crimes. I was afraid of Leila’s fiancé turning physically violent on me, but the frequent use of the washing machine upstairs was becoming abnormal. So I decided to google two words, ‘washing machine’ and the other word…I had no ideas what it was called because I was a boring [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in Paris-Part 13
  • Our survival instincts are often compromised by our denial of the imminent danger. A pair of amoral people were living above my s
    tudio, and yet I chose to be blind to the risk. Maybe I was too scared to confront the truth and yet foolishly refused to acknowl
    edge the defeat by moving out. As much as it sounds like ‘Victims bashing’, I feel victims, unless children, may be partia [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in Paris-Part 12
  • I was going to call the Police should the washing continue to the later hours, but the image of Leila’s fiancé was somewhat unnerving. Besides, that night Leila did not do her washing. Probably she had tediously done so during my absence, only to have found out that she wasted her electricity for nothing because I had not been there to suffer the noise. Her high heels could be [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in Paris-Part 11
  • Incapable of escaping the suffering I was being subjected by my anti-social neighbor upstairs, I prayed for the morning to come so
    oner when Leila would have to go to work. She did and her high heels kicking the floor subsided, but right before she left she ha
    d set her washing machine for another long cycle again. Beaten, I lost conscious. I woke up with a lot of sweat. Weak [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in Paris-Part 10
  • No matter how many times she has been terror attacked Paris does not lose her glamour and continues to allure tourists. The life
    in Paris has been a battle of some form or another all along. It is nothing new and the Parisians, the survivors deserved to be p
    roud. The world may judge the Parisians to be arrogant, but they have earned the right to be selective as to whom they befri [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in Paris-Part 9
  • Mr. A. returned to his apartment feeling much relieved that his talk with Leila went cordially. He would at last have peace and q
    uiet after this night. He put on his kettle to make himself a cupper…then his hand stopped. That blasted grounding noise start
    ed above his head. Leila had turned on her washing machine as soon as he had left. ‘Oh, maybe she just needs to d [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in Paris-Part 6
  • I here upload my first post since I moved to Blogger. Thank God to the administrators of Blogger because my old posts have sudden
    ly attracted thousands of viewers and all I did was having them transferred from Wordpress where I only attracted one or two views
    per day.If you have read my true horror story in Paris part 1 to 5, you may wonder whatever happened to that Japanese middle-aged
    spin [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in Paris-Part 7
  • It is November already? What a 'two months' it has been! It is about time I uploaded a new true horror story. So here
    goes.Parisians may be the most sought after people in the world. Their fashion, philosophy and most important of all their socie
    ty is coveted by those who flew in with utmost expectation. Of course, Parisians are not obliged to reciprocate just because [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in Paris-Part 8
  • Leila immediately started badmouthing her French landlord lady as if she knew her personally. The fact that I was an Asian seemed
    to have relaxed her attitude. She casually threw into the conversation that she had many international friends, a lot of them bl
    ack people. Well, I had seen it before, a white person posing to be humanitarian by surrounding herself/himself with th [続きを読む]
  • Parisians and their double effects (パリと二重効果)
  • It has been 8 months since I came to live in Paris and I have attended several parties only because the food looked promising. I h
    ad low, if not zero, expectation on romance, but on gastronomy I had high hopes for Paris. When Parisians suggest a group eat-out
    at their recommendable eateries, you’re in for a treat. I can be extremely sociable when a tasty meal is around, so I have had s
    even [続きを読む]
  • My camera has been broken (カメラが壊れていました)
  • One should not make ‘busy days’ an excuse not to update one’s blog because everyone is busy. Everyone is tackling problems one way or another. However, losing access to a camera may make a passable excuse? I should have seen it coming as its focus had been fuzzy for some times. Until I buy a new one the next time I visit my parents in Japan, I must do without one. & [続きを読む]