6 Haunted Amulets you’d find in your Aunt Ophelia’s Jewelry Box.

Aunt Ophelia was always a little weird to me and my sisters. There was 4 of us total. We were sent to live with her after our parents were sent off to fight during the war. They never talked about which war it was.

She lived in a large house that was built off of another large house which was built off of an even larger house. Sometimes she claimed it was a series of gifts given to her by various suitors over the years. Other times is was via inheritance. Regardless she always promised to pass the house down to whichever of us was still alive by the time she died (since she had no children of her own).

By the time Ophelia died I was the only niece remaining of the 4 of us. Mary, typhoid. Suzanne, burned to death while sick with yellow fever. Nina, hammer. On the day Ophelia died (poison) debt collectors took everything except the estate and a single bland cigar box full of jewelry. – Heide. Oldest Daughter of the Kluum family.

  1. Every few hours (if worn) an audible moan emanates from the locket. Inside the locket is a picture of a mysterious man you never met. Every time you open it the picture seems to change.
  2. It appears as a glass rose during the day and at night transforms into a morning glory. Sometimes on foggy days it drips a honey-like liquid from the stem.
  3. While functionally it is a stopwatch, cosmetically it is also a stopwatch. Curiously, when stopped a chilling breeze runs up your spine.
  4. A viciously ugly halibut token hangs from simple twine. Try as you might you cannot break its clasp.
  5. This amulet is bar none the most beautiful of them all. Unfortunately, if worn for longer than 30 minutes it begins to fuse to the wearers chest until it is engulfed by their body and poisons the heart.
  6. This black pearl necklace with an onyx encrusted silver pendant seems to rob the wearers voice if ever they speak in a tone louder than the surrounding area.




Article by: Tony Obert



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