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Creative Writing: A Frightening Halloween Gift

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She waited for the phone to ring. An old lady named Erica was waiting to hear the good news for grandchild to be born. She finally gets the call that she has a grandson now. Very excited to meet her grandson she decides to fly Dallas the next morning and stay there for the rest of her life. As Jimmy grows up he really get s bonded with her grandmother. When he was ten she dies and there is a sudden change in his behavior. He was a genius in studies but ever since his grandmother died he had stated being to everyone around him. He was born 31st October the day of the Halloween and every year his parents didn’t pass out candies on Halloween because they were sacred that he would pull pranks on little children and scare them away. Seven years pass by and his nature gets worse.
On his 17th birthday, Jimmy and a few of his friends went to a school costume party to have some fun .Unfortunately on there way there their car broke down. They tried to call for help but their cell phones couldn’t get reception there. A little ways down in the trees, they saw smoke coming and thought that someone must live there. When they got to there they found themselves in front of a big amusement park which they had heard about but never went it because of the legend of that place which said no one ever returned alive from that park. His friends were all scared expect for Jimmy and he decided to go into the park no matter what the odds.
While the boys were looking around, they heard strange voices coming from ride close to them. They became curious and followed the voices to the ride. When they got there they saw two hooded people standing around. When they walked a little closer, they saw that the people were standing around a dead body. Jimmy’s friend screamed and the hooded people turned around. Each of the two figures had a knife in their hand which was covered in blood. The three boys ran as fast as there legs would take them and the hooded figures followed them. While Jimmy was running, his foot got stuck in a tree root and he tripped and his friends didn’t care they kept on running. The two hooded figures got close enough to stab him and luckily Jimmy’s foot came loose and he ran off behind his friends. As he ran back to his car, the hooded people removed there hoods revealing that it was Jimmy’s mom and dad. They laughed as they went to their car. When they reached near the car, they saw two hooded figures standing right in front of the car with bloody knifes just like the ones in there hands. Frightened the parents ran off not waiting to see as the hooded figures remove their hoods.

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