After researching for two hours, we come across some information that might help us understand why Crowena is doing what she is doing.
Sam: In this local newspaper, a woman named Rowena had some sort of a dream that ended up coming true.
Dean: Rowena? I think that is the name Crowena used before.
Me: Yup, you 're right, Dean.
Dean: What was the dream about?
Sam: It says here that her dead husband came in her dream, and asked to take one of their kids with him. Unknowingly, she agreed. Two days later, her daughter suddenly died.
Me: So, did the father take her?
Sam: Apparently so.
Dean: I am guessing she blames every spirit that she helped with her psychic powers.
Me: That explains why the ghosts started turning evil. She must have them doing her dirty work.
Sam: Let 's go to Shaniwarwada Fort tomorrow and stop her once and for all.
Prime Minister: We have received complaints of people having hearing problems after visiting Shaniwarwada Fort.
Me: How long has that been going on?
Prime Minister: Some voices have always been heard there, but no one has been harmed before. We started receiving complaints around the time the other two places started their evil deeds.
Sam: Don 't worry, Prime Minister, we will try to fix this as soon as possible.
We are currently at the doorstep of the Shaniwarwada Fort. It is very sunny outside, and more importantly, it is quite calm with no winds, which will help tremendously with the noise identification. We are heading inside after searching outside for any suspicious a...
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...idow sees her late husband in a dream. In the dream, he asks for one of children to go with him. Unknowingly, the widow agrees. Her youngest son died the next day. I used this idea as the reason for Crowena to act out against everyone and make the ghosts do her evil deeds. She being a psychic blames people for coming to her, and blames ghosts because she has been dealing with ghosts all the time. I used the exact same story, with the one difference being, it was the daughter who died two days later. That pretty much explain why the ghosts were doing evil things all of a sudden. I wanted to use a Indian name for the ghost, and the name Ranjit suddenly came into my mind.
A ghost story I read about Shaniwarwada Fort made me write about people hearing noises. In the Haunted Places in India, it says people can hear a boy screaming. I took that and added my version to it.
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