You might be wondering, though, how do you know how to write a book based on a true story?
Iam just 10,but love to write stories y 6 months ago You are now convinced that there is someone else in your house, doors you open are closed, doors you closed are open, channels you never put on Tv are on and that cold feeling around you never goes away until you leave the house.
Too bad, you never knew your house was sold when you died. NightMareHouse27 6 months ago your friends are having a game night and you weren't invited. Tales From the Library 7 months ago Its a series, that be a horror tv series. Seems familiar, but a whole different idea. Its about this library that is in any area of the world, pretty much, depending how many the library will open its doors to 1 person or more, it will decide.
The Pilot will be in to 4 parts for just 1 episode, 4 tales in the first. Who ever enters this library, starting out 1 person, per book, per day, can be checked out. But there is 2 librarians, in this huge, 2 story, very wide, scary library of ancient past look.
There is a old creepy librarian, whos hair is up in air, grey and white, like Don King like been electrocuted eyes blood shot, and don't blink. Her face is pale dead looking and looks simular to a mummy or a corpse. Then there is a pretty librarian. Each is bad for old, and good librarian for good.
Each kid, depending on personality goes to either librarian. Men or kids or teens, walk in and it decides.
The first one has 3 kids Mark, Shane and Gregory, chasing a cool looking 11 year old Andrew into the library, the want to beat him up. Andrew hides, while they enter, the old scary woman gives Mark the leader a special book he will love. He hesitates and reads it later, the story in the book is called, the other side of the tracks.
About a cursed area just outside the town. There is a old very old historical western village all there, still as if yesterday, totally abandoned. The kid in the story, is reckless and gets into so much trouble, he gets angry when his parents tease him about being vegan, just wants to tease them about eating just mostly meat.
They work late at night, and home during day. Him and his friends cause alot of trouble at school and peoples property. Then that day at Halloween, they want to sneak in the old village western town. See the old bank, jail and saloon.
He disobeys his family, and go partying knowing underage hitches a ride, and drinks and smokes in the town. Completely underage, but they don't care. As their having a party in the old west. Drinking smoking laughing playing tunes.
There is somethings inside it late at night, clawing on the walls of the buildings. Growling, slowly one by one their fun is turned nightmarish, its haunted by a pack of really huge, really scary faced werewolves, and its not even full moon.
One by one the kids die, the main kid tries to make it up the hill. BEfore he gets there his parents arethere in their car, screaming at him, racing him up the hill, they hear more growling.
Yelling at him, to not of came. Before they were feet from the closest railroad piece, the parents held him tight by the wrist, they stop, they start shakingreally badly.
ALl the kid can do is shake allover the place. Their claws came breaking his wrists. The kid horrified beyond believe, his parents wanted him safe from their curse, he closed his eyes and knew his fate, as they devoured him.The history of writing traces the development of expressing language by letters or other marks and also the studies and descriptions of these developments..
In the history of how writing systems have evolved over in different human civilizations, more complete writing systems were preceded by proto-writing, systems of ideographic or early mnemonic symbols. I'm allowing people to see some of my horror story ideas in the hopes of motivating myself into developing some of my own story writing.
The reasoning behind this is a little embarrassing, but since it bears on me deciding to write this article, here are some broad strokes of this tale.
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