The gosh of the Hospitalito

I must write in English, because I’ am afraid I won’t pass the exam from the Official Language School. I write very badly in English so I’m practicing here. I apologize for my grammar mistakes. And I’m sorry about writing in English, but it’s my blog and I have to do it if I want to pass. Please, tell me if you think that I made a mistake, because I need it!
There is an old building in Cádiz called “Hospitalito” (Small Hospital). Today it’s a bishopric but it was a women’s hospital before. The building was started to bul by the Catholic Church in 1736 and it was a hospital until 1963. Many people must have died thereand some of them are still walking in the hospital. I think that because I saw a nurse. Wait! I’m not  crazy. I tell you about happen to me there:
I work as a volunteer in a ONG and we have the office there. A few mouths ago, I was working there and I finished late. When I was going back to home, I saw a light in the third floor and I thought that could be my mother, because she works there too. I went upstairs, but nobody was there and the light was off. I came back downstairs and I saw it!
-Good evening- I said. Then I understood that she could not be there.
She looked like a nurse of 19th century and she didn’t answer to me. I didn’t wait and I ran away downstairs.

I have never spoken about this, but the other day I asked about the room that she went out. This room is the hospital pharmacy and there are more jars yet. Also, other people say that they see «things» when it’s darkness.

Publicado por Javi Fornell

Historiador y novelista. Amante de las letras y de los libros. Guía turístico en la provincia de Cádiz y editor en Kaizen Editores

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