She speaks behind an old portrait, situated on a bathroom at the end of the hallway, murmuring about her death.
Where the portrait resides, there is a rectangular door and her bare feet can sometimes be seen as she is always standing.
A war broke out along time ago and the residents of the house suffered cruelties. Their last days were spent behind portraits.
The rectangular nook, crude and out of place served to feed them. When the invaders abandoned the abode, or perished under the curse of the terrible storm, the residents died, having no one to feed them.
The woman who suffered the most was of abnormal height, and the portrait was based at a particular inhumane location, the bathroom.
This portrait was not like others, it had a plaque with the woman’s name engraved in it. She sounds the loudest of the four.
The house, though beautiful at one point is cursed, and unless you make a deal with the residents, the same brutal incident repeats itself when a great storm falls.
The ghost? Monster of the woman is not easily appeased. In death, insane and blood thirsty, you may talk but do not put yourself where she can grab you.
Her portrait hangs above an old sink, inevitable it is to see her. A frightening but pitiful monster, delirious for freedom and revenge.
If you make the deal, she will save you from intruders, robbers, and murderers… But then you will be at her mercy.
— Monster behind the portrait, Catloverr’s Journal of Nightmares and Monsters.