30 October, 2017
During the Halloween season, one popular activity is to visit a haunted house. As a child, some of my earliest and most frightening memories happened in a haunted house at Halloween.
So, let me take you inside a real haunted house. This short story also gives you vocabulary and idioms for describing something scary.
We begin as many scary stories have: It is a dark and stormy night.
You walk alone down a desolate street. The rain has been falling steadily all night and is only getting worse. You are soaked to the bone and need to get out of the rain.
Then you see a house. "Thank heavens!" you say out loud. But at second glance, your relief is chilled by the look of the place.
It's dark. Only a lone street lamp casts a dim, yellow light on the sad features of the house. It looks as if no one has lived here for many years. The windows are broken. An old, ripped curtain blows from a third-story window