Free Essays on How To Describe A Haunted House To Your Friend

  1. The Haunting

    finds that Graymoss was being haunted when Placide Blevins died and that’s when the evil thing’s started; Charlotte got scared of her own home, and the evil pushed her cousin on the veranda. At the end of The Haunting, Lia forces Mr. Slade out of Graymoss; she feels the house is safe for her parents’ to...

  2. Canterville Ghost Chapter 1 Summary

    American Minister, bought Canterville Chase, every one told him he was doing a very foolish thing, as there was no doubt at all that the place was haunted. Indeed, Lord Canterville himself, who was a man of the most punctilious honour, had felt it his duty to mention the fact to Mr. Otis when they came...

  3. Comparitive Essay on Japanese and Western European Feudalism

    the assistance of Hassan, he wins the annual tournament in Kabul. Amir’s victory soon is tarnished when he witnesses a vicious assault against his friend, who raced through the streets of Kabul to retrieve the last kite, Amir had sliced from the sky, and fails to come to his aid. Amir’s cowardness is...

  4. Movie Analysis

    [pic] [pic]The Fall of the House of Usher By Edgar Allan Poe In A Nutshell Edgar Allan Poe was an American writer in the first half of the 19th century famous for scaring the heck out of his readers. He is the master of dismemberment, underground crypts, murder,...

  5. Writing a Horror Story

    making your characters come to life and turning their world upside down in a rollercoaster plot! But always remember the first rule of writing: Don’t get bogged down by the rules, just play around, have fun and write something that you find scary and entertaining! Part 1: Facing Your Nightmares...

  6. Racial

    to jail for not admitting which of his friends broke the bottle on the white man’s nose. It was set in South Carolina in 1964, about Lily Owens who is haunted by the memory of her late mother. She had to escape her lonely and troubled father to a little pink house with her caretaker Rosaleen. Taken in...

  7. Haunted House

    Haunted House I have this fear of masks, haunted houses, and anything scary. It was a cool fall day in the month of October. All my friends were preparing for the upcoming Halloween festivals and trying to decide which ones to attend. One of my guy friends said, “let’s go to a haunted house it’s...

  8. The Five Factor Model of Personality

    following: “The five super-traits that are thought to describe the main dimension of personality: neuroticism (emotional instability), extraversion, openness to experience, agreeableness, and conscientiousness. Researchers in personal psychology describe these as the five broad personal dimensions that represent...

  9. Great Expectations

    best out of their situations. That same connection holds true in Charles Dickens’ book Great Expectations. In Great Expectations Dickens helps portray how much a part of our lives that betrayal is when he shows numerous characters betraying and then becoming the betrayed. Such as Estella betraying the love...

  10. Walloflower

    walking into a fraternity house for one of the typical Friday night parties and being completely ignored by the drunken people all around you. These other people, socializing with everyone in sight but you. Why? It’s because you’re black. Luckily, you’re with a friend and on your way to leave the frat...

  11. How Does Hg Wells Create Fear and Suspense in the

    fiction with its setting usually in a ruined gothic castle or abbey. A gothic novel emphasises mystery and horror and it is filled with ghost haunted rooms, underground passages, and secret stair ways. The scene in the red room is set in an old, derelict castle- Lorraine Castle in which a young...

  12. Boring Summer

    dollars! I was sure that I was dreaming but after pinching myself I was aware that I wasn’t and that I had just gained 3.5 million dollars. This is not how I envisioned my summer vacation starting off. With my 3.5 million I bought lots of things like a dinosaur pet for my backyard after I hired someone to...

  13. Jane Eyer

    mean, who beats up girls?!) and Jane, being passionate as she is, decides to fight back. That lands her in the Red Room, which she believes to be haunted. She is disturbed, scared, and quite alone. You can't help but feel sorry for the poor thing as she relates her troubles to you. And then you are...

  14. Step by Wicked Step

    Colin’s Story: The Bluebird of Happiness- Colin describes his stepfather whom he calls dad. He has thought of him as his biological father all the while. His dad looks like him. His dad has dark hair with some grey patches around his ears. His dad used to roll his own cigarettes out of tobacco in a...

  15. Intensive composition

    PART I. Try to remember some words of wisdom that your parents or trusted friend passed on to you as guidelines for giving your life a sense of purpose. Describe an instance in which you tried to follow those guidelines. Since I was a boy, my mother never failed to remind me to always try...

  16. Haunted House

    movies, and last but not least--haunted houses! I dread going to a haunted house. Unfortunately if I do not go, I get teased by my friends. Learning how to walk through a haunted house is scary but possible to do. As my friends and I stood gazing at the run-down house, my body shivered, as though, chills...

  17. At the Edge of Your Seat

    Topic Write a story that is set in a frightening place. Describe an event that happens to the main character in your story. Choose your words carefully to make the reader share the character's fear. Try to show the emotions and feelings of your character. Story "Mary Ann. You keep on driving...

  18. “I” as the Narrator Point of View

    mysterious way to describe the house that the narrator and her husband just moved in for the summer. The description of the house showed the narrator’s purpose which she wanted the readers think this house is creepy. “A colonial mansion, a hereditary estate, I would say a haunted house, and reach the height...

  19. Psychic Passion

    Psychic Passion: A Tale of Betrayal How can you trust someone you have never met face to face? By putting his faith in the psychic Andrew Morris, Detective Stephens sets himself up for failure in Sara Herrington’s Psychic passion, a novel of mystery, lust, and betrayal. Ultimately, Herrington’s book...

  20. Sorry for Disturbing You

    Write an essay (700-900 words) in which you analyze and interpret Richard Knight’s short story “Sorry for Disturbing You”. To put your interpretation into perspective, your essay must include a discussion of at least two of the other items listed below. One of these must be a text. The short story “Sorry...

  21. Essay

    ghost stories from my nurse and my father's coachman, Abdullah, who used to be my constant companion in my childhood, (dear friend, who is no more), as well as from my friends who are Judges and Magistrates and other responsible servants of Government, and in two cases from Judges of Indian High Courts...

  22. Zero

    SAMPLE CHAPTER COld HoUsE A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO HEAVEN Y ou see them e ver ywher e thes e da ys . You see them in movies and cartoons, advertisements and reality shows. Celebrities line up to tell their stories just so they have a go od excuse to shiver and shake in their...

  23. Exploring Psychotic Characters in Let

    antagonist is the character who strives against another main character. This character opposes the hero or protagonist in drama. The term is also used to describe one who contends with or opposes another in a fight, conflict, or battle of wills. In literature, this is the principal opponent or foil of the main...

  24. Haunted Adventures

    Christina’s Haunted Adventures Mayra Garcia June 18, 2013 Composition 1 Brown Mackie College – Atlanta Mr. Ray The night was very chilly and all the kids were running, laughing, and having a lot of fun at the third grade’s fall festival. The Roosevelt Elementary school decided to do a haunted house...

  25. Poetic Space Structures

    perceived the society not as a rationally developed system as the neoclassical eighteenth century writers had envisaged it, but as a hypocritical prison-house where people were yoked to rules and laws that stifled individuality. I totally agree with their view. Utilitarianism and Puritanism instead advised...

  26. Ghost Hunting

    the fascination was with not only the holiday but also with the idea of spirits and ghosts. I asked a few friends of mine that just told me they liked the idea of being scared with the haunted house that pop up at this time of year. “Some spirits remain at or near the site of their death, especially if...

  27. Mysterious Chandelier

     Chapter 1- Morning Rush “Piers, come get your breakfast while it’s hot and try to hurry up”. My mom is always in a hurry for us to get to school. What is school for anyway? To learn right? But school to me is basically wasting seven hours of your whole day doing nothing but sitting and taking...

  28. Dracula vs the Fall of the House of Usher

    The Fall of the House of Usher In my life I have read many books. I have never really taken the time to notice any particular styles or genres except for fiction and nonfiction. That was until I read my first gothic short story. The power the writers use to describe every detail and how dark they wrote...

  29. The Progress of Love

    first met her. They did not have sex until marriage and the father was mildly dissapointed that the mother did not have money. Description of the house follows, very high ceilings, old mansion it seems, with chimney stains, it has been let go. Jumps in time to narrators ex-husband making fun of narrator...

  30. The Shining Analysis

    The Shining (1980) is creative director Stanley Kubrick's intense, epic, gothic horror film and haunted house masterpiece - a beautiful, stylish work that distanced itself from the blood-letting and gore of most modern films in the horror genre. (The film waits until its climax to provide the typical...