Whew! We can sit and rest for awhile.
The ghost stories are about to begin.
At the top of a very steep hill
Is a very old house that is never still.
In the windows there are many eyes
You'll hear screams 'if you dare' to go by!
If you get as close as you possibly can
The front door will open, then it will slam!
The one who lives there has never been seen
Many say, "he is very, very mean".
Don't let him catch you
Be as fast as you can
Or "you'll belong"
To the ole boogeyman!
Why do ghosts ride in elevators?
It raises their spirits.
Look out where you go on Halloween night,
Some scary things will give you a fright!
There's ghosts and goblins here and there,
Scary things are everywhere!
There's witches flying all about,
Every goulish thing is out.
Black cat's hiss and raise their backs,
While ghosts pass by with quiet tracks.
Bat's flap their wings and let out a shriek,
This night is definitely not for the meek.
Then, from a distance, comes a sound,
Bones are rattling all around.
It's getting scarier all about,
You're starting to wish you'd never went out.
Panic now, what will you do?
Then something jumps right out at you. BOO!
Beware of ghosts and beasties in the night!
The things that go "bump" might bring fright.
Monsters and goblins around every bend
Better run home before the day's end.
Creatures of the Night
In most people's minds, Halloween means vampires and witches, bats, owls and spiders. Even the mere mention of these creatures sends shivers through some folks. Vampires and witches -- a fear of them is understandable. But what is it about bats, owls, and spiders that makes people associate them with evil?
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