. On January 30th, 1835, Andrew Jackson was nearly assassinated. The assassinator, Richard Lawrence, was an house painter, and went up to Andrew Jackson as he left a funeral in the House chamber of the Capitol building. The Lawrence shot at him, and he missed the shot. Andrew Jackson was 67 years old at the time, confronted Richard, hitting Lawrence several times with his cane that he used for walking.
The story “The Monsters” is about how a meat eater or something crashed and then all of their power,cars,phones,and lawn mowers quit working,and starting. The movie “The Andy Griffith Show” is about how a new guy came into town and it’s like that place was his home town but it wasn’t .He knew everyone’s name,and job ,and some people were getting kind of scared-worried that he was sent over to spy but he wasn’t he just got the paper from there and started to read it and knew everybody and just wondered what they looked like. How the stories and books and compared and contrasted. Some keywords I look for to say are about,how,who,what,when,and where. In both stories-movies they are alike because they both have something that scares-worries them.
Because of this, police suspected that the murderer may had been living in the families home months before the murder even occured. Neighbors didn’t think anything of the situation due to the fact that after the family was murdered, police discovered someone had recently eaten the food in the families house, as well as performed daily tasks around the house, such as milking the cows, and even maintaining the farm. More than 100 suspects were questioned, but the killer was never found. “...the Hinterkaifeck farm murders remain unsolved, making the savage and bloody massacre one of Germany 's oldest unsolved murders.”
In addition, although he has years of anger and revenge built up in him from being imprisoned, he would set aside his feeling about it for Lucie to make up for the years that he had not been a part of her life. She is of his utmost importance and he does not want anything to compromise their relationship. The morning before Lucie’s wedding, Charles Darnay, her soon-to-be husband, discloses some interesting news to Doctor Manette, Lucie’s father. While describing the scene, Dickens says, “The door of the Doctor’s room opened, and he came out with Charles Darnay. He was so deadly pale – which had not been the case when they went in together – that no vestige of colour was to be seen in his face” (149).
My brothers and I felt hunger and pain from sleeping on the hardwood floor. We waited for my father to arrive and take us with him, yet he never came. Before I knew it, Halloween was just around the corner. Esther, the other kids that lived in the house, my brothers, and I went shopping for costumes. The other kids were allowed to select the best costumes while we got nothing.
Mary Todd Lincoln’s description of the tragic assassination is that President Lincoln fell forward in his seat in which he sat beside her. In the booth with President Lincoln is said to have sat the First Lady, Mary Todd Lincoln Major Henry Rathbone, and his fiancee Clara Harris. President Lincoln was not the only person injured at Ford’s earlier tonight. Witness reports from audience members state that Major Rathbone was stabbed by John Wilkes Booth in the attempt to stop him from escaping the Presidential Box and Ford’s Theatre alone. Dr. Charles Leale, a military officer watching the play tonight was seen rushing to the Presidential Box to see the damage that Booth had done in the balcony.
In the Stephen King short story, The Man in The Black Suit, the narrator Gary recounts an experience from his childhood that scared him permanently. When he was nine, Gary was tormented and stalked though the woods by the devil, who manifested himself after Gary wandered into the woods. During their interaction, the Devil lies to Gary and says that his mother just died at home. The Devil claimed that Gary’s mother was killed in a similar way that his brother, Dan, was also killed not too long ago, as she was apparently stung by a bee and is dead in his kitchen. Gary knows the Devil is a liar but finds it difficult to resist believing him.
Nine others were wounded. What was to be a nice night at the movies to watch a screening of “Trainwreck” ended in tragedy? At least 100 people were there to see that movie, when suddenly a man pulled out a gun and started shooting. Col. Michael Edmonson of the Louisiana State Police said the gunman was a 58-year old white male. The call came through just before 8 p.m. about someone shooting at the Grand 16 Lafayette at 3141 Johnston St. the police say they know the identity of the man, but are not releasing that information.
and Mrs. Rogers, the butler and housekeeper, advise them that an unknown Mr. Owen will not arrive at the island until the next day. The guests came together into a single room to eat a pleasant dinner, however later being abruptly stopped by a recorded stranger that listed each of the visitors and their undetected murders that they’ve committed in the past. Later that day, Tony Marston dies from drinking a poisoned whiskey. After they retreat to their rooms after the devastating death, Vera Claythorne realizes a similarity to Tony Marston’s death to a nursery rhyme “Ten Little Indians” hangs in several room on Indian Island. The morning afterwards, Mrs. Rogers had passed away in her sleep.
In a mansion on top of a hill overviewing a small town lives a man named Edward, Edward had scissors for hands and was created by an inventor that hadpassed away recently and Edward was never finished, but soon he would be see a woman named peg enter his old abandoned room even frightening her when she called out for the owner of the house but realized that he was a sad figure with scissors for hands and so she had him stay and live with her so she could take better care of him than that old mansion ever could. But one Christmas night after Edward was tricked by Jim and was arrested for thievery, the town didn’t accept Edward for who he was and he went on a rampage cutting bushes to scary figures and he finally went back home to his mansion but Jim was waiting there with a gun and Edward killed Jim in self-defense and Kim told the town they both killed each-other for the safety of Edward had depended on it and then the entire town went back to the old ways before the time of Edward and without a Teenage drunk on a rampage named Jim and it was all in a form of Tim Burton’s Style. Burton’s style in the classic movie Beetle Juice is a movie that explains what happens after death and it even comes with a manual for the recently deceased and the number one thing to remember is that the living usually ignore the