Review Of Stephen King's Essay 'The Boogeyman'

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Boogeyman Essay

The Boogeyman. Everyone knows the Boogeyman as the monster under your bed or hiding in the closet. Parents may use this monster to their advantage and use it to push their kids to do chores. The boogeyman by Stephen King and the article by Scientific American discuss the Boogeyman and how it can affect a person. Although, they do discuss a similar monster, King’s story has a more chilling tone than the one written by Scientific American. In Stephen King 's short story, it starts with a man, Lester Billings, in a therapist 's office discussing his marriage and his children. Billings is now divorced and claims to have killed all three of his children, but states he wasn’t responsible. Billings accuses the Boogeyman of
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