This is a 2-page story written in Spanish about a family that goes on a vacation and believes their rental home is haunted. The story features a lot of verbs written in the imperfect and the preterite tense. The focus is more on the imperfect tense. This is a good reading comprehension activity or a good way to review both the imperfect and the preterite. The story is written in a two-column style and there are some visual elements to make the story more appealing to students. The follow-up questions are in Spanish and are basic questions about comprehension. There are 10 total. They don't ask students to compare/contrast imperfect and preterite, but a teacher could add those questions if wanted. There is an answer key on the last page.