The Red-Haired Gurkhas

The soldiers say the wandering spirit that terrorises them is that of a headless soldier executed by the Japanese. A captain by rank. How could they tell? By his epaulette and his cypress green uniform. Rather World War 2. But why does it appear when the Gurkha remains are being exhumed? A ghost story told from the point of view of a nine-year old child, the daughter of an army captain, whose family resides at a very old military camp.

The Tiger-Man and His Constant Companion

The backstory to the Red-Haired Gurkhas, covering two generations in World War 2 and the Malayan Emergency period of the 1980s. The children’s grandfather has a secret after all, one he’s unwilling to burden his family with. But his ghostly servant isn’t the biggest surprise. What was done to the enemy soldiers by the other keeper of his kins was as just as evil as the atrocities committed during the war.

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