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

  1. English Speech

    baby he had to sign a few papers. So he signed them and was asked to name the child, but said he would have to think about it and let them know. He decided to not name the baby at all. He left and took the baby back home to his place, which was a house that looked like an old haunted castle that...

  2. The Haunting

    Charlotte’s diary she trying to figure out why the Plantation is evil and being haunted. Lia’s and her parents decided to look at the house to see how many rooms it has; so Lia and Jolie went to a voodoo shop to get something to protect herself, and she got gris-gris from the cashier, and she was...

  3. Canterville Ghost Chapter 1 Summary

    questions) to ask your friends. 12- Pick out 5 verbs from the text and describe their forms (tense, active or passive voice…) and decide why this particular tense was chosen. Answer the following questions: 1- Who will be the main characters in your opinion? 2- What do you learn about them? (Draw a...

  4. Comparitive Essay on Japanese and Western European Feudalism

    flying, and at the age of 12, with 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...

  5. 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...

  6. Haunted Adventures

    . The haunted house maze also had a garage where a car was parked and there was also room filled toys and with many clowns. The children of Roosevelt Elementary were thrill to go inside wondering what they would encounter and how scary it might be. There were two little girls, barely nine year’s old...

  7. Walloflower

    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 brothers...

  8. Jane Eyer

    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 intorduced to Lowood, an easily-despised institution...

  9. Racial

    . Rosaleen is sent to jail for defending herself Zach; the novel speaks, “one boy throws a bottle at the white man”(Kidd 178-180) goes 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...

  10. Wordsworth’s Poetry

    he relates how his relationship with nature developed, from boyhood pleasures” when like a roe ,I bounded o’er the mountains”,to the love he felt in his early manhood,” The sounding cataract haunted me like a passion”,to a more spiritual relationship as he himself matured into adulthood.He speaks...

  11. erebus

    noticing how scared I was. “Maybe you should sit outside if you can’t take it” Jeremy blurted with a chuckle. I stood there not even acknowledging his comment. My mind was totally thinking about how I was going to be in a haunted house and once I accepted to go inside, there’s no turning back you...

  12. Mysterious Chandelier

    to go investigate this Haunted Mansion so I devised a plan. The next day I told my dad that my friend was in Paris too and that they wanted me to come over. My dad didn’t find this appealing but my mom believed it. She told me where are they and I told her the address of the Haunted House. We...

  13. Anne of Green Gables

    Anne goes through a "haunted" forest with her friend Diana. This causes them to come together as really good friends and they have to keep each other company to get off the matter that the forest is haunted. They become really close through out the book. The way the author describes the...

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

    pensioner enters, the narrator begins to be suspicious of all three of them. `A monstrous shadow of him crouched upon the wall and mocked his action as he poured his drink.' The adjective `monstrous' describes how the narrator experiences this fear and indicates he is a little scared...

  15. Dracula vs the Fall of the House of Usher

    how dark they wrote is very fascinating to me. When I read Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Fall of the House of Usher” and Bram Stokers’ “Dracula” I fell in love. These books are both famous and are for a good reason. In these books they both have death, ruined castles or manors, and a death like state...

  16. 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...

  17. Internet - Essay 19

    because of how we are so addicted to technology. Look at us now, you usually don’t see people running around playing games or going for visits to peoples houses to say hello. They are usually stuck on the internet through their phones, computers, ipads, etc. The phrase, "You click too much, read too...

  18. Writing a Horror Story

    if you feel terrified then you’ll know exactly how to describe the feeling in your story! When you’re researching like this always be sensible and always be safe! 5. Sim City Creating a world for your characters is almost as important as creating the characters themselves. They have to have...

  19. Rockinh Horse

    use of the supernatural. There a several events in the story that readers can label as supernatural. One such event is the house whispering “There must be more money” can lead the reader to believe that the house is possibly haunted. Haunted by the mothers need to have more materialistically. Not...

  20. Great Expectations

    becoming a gentleman rather than staying with his friend. Later on in the story, after Pip has been in London for some time, Joe comes to visit him. When Joe first meets Pip in his new house he constantly refers to him as “Sir.” (Dickens, 171) Dickens uses this to show that Joe sees Pip as more of an...

  21. The Five Factor Model of Personality

    important things that need to get done. One of the things I love about her though is that she has a very good imagination. For the past three years, her and her roommate turn their entire apartment into a haunted house. Not one inch of their place is untouched. When people get to the end, they put on a...

  22. Haunted House

    . 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 had just trickled down my spine. The cold air wrapped my entire body. The multiple layers of clothing I was wearing could not save...

  23. English Halloween Essay

    the darkness. Our first couple of houses were great! We each got handfuls of delicious candy! After about 20 houses, we could barley lift our bags. “Annie! I’m bored, we have enough candy! Can we please go back to your house, or do something fun for once! Like if we go to a haunted house, or go...

  24. Exploring Markus Zusak’s use of Death as a Narrator in The Book Thief

    himself, learns about life and humans, and shares with the reader. This too, is unique. The last thing Death tells the reader is quite shocking – ***A LAST NOTE FROM YOUR NARRATOR*** I am haunted by humans (554). He even told Liesel this. This “last note” could be hard for the reader to...

  25. The Progress of Love

    narrator grew up in. It was sold to a man in Toronto who rented it to a commune (hippies). This is followed by a jump in time, when the narrator is looking in it much later, when the hippies left and the house is for sale again. She looks at it with her friend Bob Marks, and sees some old wallpaper...

  26. Sorry for Disturbing You

    call a cab. Ian finds out that Michael was associated with the former owner’s of Ian’s house, and he also finds out about how Michael was rejected by his own family. In the end Ian ends up driving Michael home. Michael apologizes, saying “sorry to disrupt your evening”, signifying the title of the...

  27. Paper

    children should know, because it’s a lesson to learn in this story. Being mean does not solve your problem or issues in life. By the turn of the century, Halloween became a full- blown American holiday. Although the holiday was doctored to suit a victorian readership, Halloween made a proper...

  28. Psychic Passion

    book is about manipulation, and how easy it is to influence a trusting soul. Detective Stephens is a small town cop trying to make it in the big city of Birmingham, Alabama. He is haunted by his past and suffering accordingly. His wife left him, his kids hate him, and he struggles with a crippling...

  29. “I” as the Narrator Point of View

    information provided by the narrator are imagination. At the beginning of the story, Gilman used a 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...

  30. Movie Analysis

    planning on spending a few weeks here. The owner of the house, Roderick Usher, is a boyhood friend of his. Recently, the narrator received a letter from Usher revealing Usher’s illness, “a mental disorder that oppressed him.” Usher begged his friend to come to the house and try to figure out what was...