Boom, Boom, Boom!

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October 21, 2008 by WITS Houston

One day I went to a haunted house. It was Halloween. Before I even stepped in, my heart went boom, boom, boom, boom. My legs felt wobbly. The devil jumped out from the dark, and I screamed and screamed. Then I saw Freddy hanging from a rope and I raced past but next was the Chainsaw Massacre guy and blood was dripping everywhere. Then I saw the Exorcist and even my aunt was scared! She ran the wrong way, and the Chainsaw Massacre guy yelled, “Wrong way!”  Then we all escaped, and I was happy to be out of that house, but my cousin dropped her candy bag and so she had to go back in! But it was too dark to find her bag so I had to share some of my candy with her.

By Mariah, 9


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