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Guillermo Raphael Guerrero

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Guillermo Raphael Guerrero, also known as Billie, is the kid who was afraid of ghosts, but still decides to help one.

He is about to turn 11 and its been almost a year since he gained the ability to see ghosts, it kinda happened out of nowhere and Billie is still getting the hang of things, to be honest, the only person he can really talk to is his grandma she really understands him,

Even though Billie is bigger than most kids his age, and a bit more intimidating than your average middle schooler, he is the kindest most generous kid in the world, his heart is as big as he is, he loves plants, and books mostly books, and one day he hopes to become a hero like the once he reads about, his only problem, a touch of social anxiety, having to get out comfort zone and very common and normal fears of ghosts and the dark and of course ghosts in the dark, something he tends to encounter more often thanks to his new gift. The important thing here is that Billie needs to learn that he can't control every aspect of life, he needs to trust the people around him, listen to them, and that hiding in his comfort zone is never going to get him where he wants to be.

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