The Ghost of Graylock is about two kids, Bree and Neil Cady, who go and visit with their Aunt's Claire and Anna because they are having family problems with their parents. Along the way ,they meet two kids , Wesley and Eric , who become their friends. The four of them have heard about the rumors of Graylock and decide to go and explore the abandoned asylum. They thought it was going to be a normal investigation, but it turns out to be the scariest day of their lives. Bree and Neil are haunted by scary nightmares,visions and a ghost who wants people to know about her death. Wanting to find answer, they go to the extreme. Breaking into houses, going to the library and even going to a retirement home where Janet Reilly, or better known as Nurse Janet is living. Bree and Neil get an unsuspected twist when a friendly neighbor, Andy, turns out to be Rebecca's dad and is also the killer of Rebecca's mom, Alice, and even Rebecca.
A fourteen year old girl, Susie Salmon was presumed dead in Noristown Pennsylvania on December 6, 1973. Police have been looking for her for a while. Police Detective Len Fenerman gave us an insider on the investigation, stating “ Gilbert’s dog found an elbow in the cornfield.” Susie was last seen leaving the school, Fenerman and the others working on this investigation have found a school book, her hat, and a love note in the cornfield. Jack and Abigail Salmon are grieving their daughter, praying that it isn’t her elbow that was found. Jack Salmon gave a description matching the exact description of the elbow found. Jack and Abigail have two other children a thirteen year old girl Lindsey, and a four year old boy named Buckley.
If you happen to be traveling in Maine you might like to stop by the East Wind Inn in Tenant’s Harbor, Maine to spend the night. The inn will not only provide you with a comfortable stay but also with some paranormal experiences.
The Conjuring is based on what is believed to be a true story as told through the files of paranormal investigators. The Perron family hired the Warrens to investigate the scary happenings in the house.
The worst feeling is not being alone, it is feeling forgotten by someone you would never forget. In Harper Lee’s famous novel To Kill a Mockingbird, Boo Radley, has pale skin, a mysterious nature, isolates himself from society and subsists a lonely life. Throughout the book, Boo’s father locks him up inside his house. Boo, remains hidden for firstly, getting involved with the wrong crowd of people, and secondly executing an immoral wrongdoing, stabbing his father. However, Boo Radley is misunderstood, his father forbids him to leave his home, everyone feels petrified of Boo, but really his dad locks him up making Boo not at fault. This makes him isolate himself and grow lonely just like Holden in Salinger 's novel. In The Catcher in the Rye,
I’m a great believer in the paranormal and I can tell you that there is nothing spookier than a real honest to life ghost story. At present the Pittock Mansion is a museum which is located on a 46 acre estate that sits atop of a mountain overlooking Portland, Oregon. The mansion was built of sandstone in 1914 and it has 22 rooms.
Joppa Baptist Church is a church that I had passed by for ten years daily on my way to school. All my life, I had heard of the hauntings and stories of my friends that would send cold chills down your back about this “haunted church” called Joppa. I still couldn’t believe that ghosts would haunt a church, that was until I had my own experience at Joppa. I believe ghosts are real because of my experience at Joppa.
“Then where were you at the time of the murder ten years ago at midnight in that cabin”
It was unusually foggy. That summer’s heat was record breaking. The citizens of Hinckley had no clue what they were up for. Little Jemmy Stockholm woke up that morning to do his chores. The fire department went out into the woods to fight off little fires and Scott Keegan was sound asleep in his hotel. Around 2 pm the smoke had gotten so bad they could hardly see. The fire roared through the woods towards the town. It was complete chaos. A women ran down the rode and left her baby in the road. Jemmy picked up the baby boy and ran for cover. Keegan tried to grab Betty but she wanted to go the opposite direction; to find Tom. Tom Dun sat at his table in the burning depot signaling for the trains, to warn them. A train came through the town on its regular schedule and witnessed burning bodies, dead people laying on the street. They loaded up the living. It took all of Keegan’s strength to get Betty to leave Tom. Tom was determined to save the people. His last words he transmitted was, “ I think I've stayed too
Jane 's mother 's name was Ruth, she was a courageous, bright and loving woman, so who would be so psychotic as to kill her. She was a slave all of her life and she felt Jane didn 't have the life she deserved. Ruth lived and worked on a plantation while she raised Jane. Ruth worked hard from early dawn until dusk. She always tried to protect her daughter from harm and tried to keep her secret when she was a baby because she was afraid that the man who tried to kill her father was going to come for her and kill her.
Have you ever noticed strange things happen around you? You ever wonder where ghost stories come from well these are all true and there are countless others that are just as scary or even scarier because they are true. Some stories happened in certain areas and some happen in an entire building either way they are both just as scary. Williams Hall is haunted by Angie Milner. Manteno State hospital had 50 patients die of typhoid. SIUE has had a secretary die there and her spirit still lurks the room in which she died. Hickory Hill was home to many slaves that had died.The greenwood cemetery has a scary background. The history of Illinois hauntings are very interesting and are fun to hear about.
I heard Glenda tell Mom that since 9/11, she felt that John was experiencing those old urges, and she was worried that his old habits might resurface. I knew that she seemed worried about the new couple my mom invited, and I changed the subject back to the pervert. I said to Leo, “If we ever meet a three hundred pound hair lip, I’ll have you do all the talking.”
The Lamb to the Slaughter is a mystery horror story by Roald Dahl. It is about a wife (Mary Maloney) murdering her drunk husband (Patrick Maloney) after he gives her short answers when she asks him questions. She hits him over the head with a leg of lamb to kill him. A theme I see is change and when something bad happens. You can drastically change in life.
This seriously couldn’t be happening. In the heat of the moment, anyone could’ve made the same mistake he had. It was absolutely ridiculous!
In the play of Henrik Ibsen’s drama Ghosts, as well as in Amalie Skram’s short story Karen’s Christmas there is strong ridicule of the societal norms in late nineteenth century Scandinavia. In-depth reading of these texts display scorn for the way Scandinavia as a culture, during this time period, behaved and their ideals. These ideals have been developed through a history of social, political and economic change in Scandinavia, and the message from both authors is one highlighting the problems of societal norms and providing progressive ideas.