Friday, January 30, Narrative Essay for English As I opened the door to the creepy old haunted house on my street, I started to think that maybe this wasn't such a good idea. I scolded myself for wanting to turn back, and hesitantly stepped inside to explore.
The light from the fire casting shadows in the trees mixed with the night sounds of the forest … The realization that the comfort from the light of your campfire making the surrounding woods seem darker and creepier than ever … There is no better time to try to scare the jeepers out of everyone!
You want everybody to be silent and listening closely. You want to draw your audience in and have them hanging on your every word … Remember, the woods outside of the light of your fire are extra dark and creepy so you could comment on a sound you just heard in the woods.
After commenting on a sound you just heard, whether you really did or not! Sound a bit reluctant to tell your story … like it makes you uncomfortable. Okay … so now you have everybody on edge … let the story begin! So what kind of topics make scary campfire stories?
Stories based in reality — murderers, psychos, getting lost in the wilderness, vicious animals, kidnapping, etc … Stories based on current events — it helps people relate to your story. Base the story either near the location you are camping in or where your audience is from.
Combine fact and fiction — the facts add to the realness and the fiction stimulates the imagination. Start out by talking slowly and nervously. This will make people want to hear your story even more.
Look people in the eyes while you tell your story … draw them in and hold their attention. As your story progresses, start talking a bit faster and more intensely. Try to build the suspense. Try to leave a large dramatic pause right before the conclusion.
End your story very calmly and anxiously as you started. Seem to drift off as you finish like you are getting lost in your unpleasant memories. Each story is relatively short and easy to remember so you will be able to easily retell them.
You can put your own twists on the stories and get creative! They are excellent for the beginner storyteller looking to scare his friends around the campfire! Look in newspapers for current news stories Use urban legends Read a book about ghost stories at the library yes, we still have libraries!I received a free kindle copy of Scary Stories for Kids - Halloween Stories and Spooky Ghost Stories for Kids: Horror Books for Kids, written by Kara Aitken, illustrated by Wildan Rayusman in Reviews: Write creatively this Halloween with this fill-in story.
Students fill in the blanks of the Halloween story with their own nouns, adjectives, and verbs to create a scary story about Halloween. Write a story in which something extremely un-scary is terrorizing a small town. Try to be original and avoid using things that have already been in other horror or horror comedy stories.
Have fun with it! I was thinking how to spend my winter holidays, and as I enjoy writing, I thought I would write 1 short story every day. If I would have thought of a good idea on my own I . I like writing stories for children that are a little scary.
It's one of the reasons I like writing mysteries. But I really prefer a story with a little more peril than a Sherlock Holmes type cerebral mystery.
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