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Anyone have any good ghost, goblin, scary stories, real or fiction that I can use to scare a group of teenagers on Halloween?
Thanks in advance!
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Enjoy your nightmares tonight!
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Gimme till after the game tmro nite. Then we'll see what I got. (hopefully nuthin)
I know there's a game saturday, and my ass will be there.
google image search texting and driving. That outta do it.
STDs! The clap should do it and it is fitting for the time!
Depends on the location and gender of audience. Females you could go the gross route. Males would have to be more gore. Props would help too.
In a house with females - man eating rats that were known to live in a certain close by area and a family that was victimized about 15-20 years ago (just outside their age group. Also might help if you were good at cut and paste to create a fake newspaper story about it)
outside you could go anywhere but bugs and critters tend to give the creepy feeling without much else needed.
Males will be tougher. You might need assistance to create noises that you are describing in the story. If you can provide something like a hook in a wall or something that would get them.
I saw a UFO once.......it told me to have a goodyear!
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Brady Hoke walked in to a buffett - Owner of buffett
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Have them play the scary maze game. See the prank in action here. Its no story but it will do the job.
Insert witty remark
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Surprised no one has mentioned the most twisted mind f*ck there is: the 2006 NCG.
In the 2011-2012 football season tOSU went 6-7.
OOOOOGAAAA BOOOOGGGGGAAAAA BOOOOOGGGAAA!!!!!!!!!
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In the spirit of the original post, this story was told to me by my 10 YO daughter. It may be a little tame for teens, but I thought it was pretty creepy, and can probably be embellished by a good story teller. In abbreviated form:
Girl is babysitting on Halloween and goes down the basement to get something. Sees a creepy looking girl outside of basement window. Over the course of the evening she has to make several trips down the basement and sees progressively more terrifying images of the girl outside the window (girl has knife, knife covered in blood, knife and girl covered in blood, etc.). Runs upstairs and finds the children dead. Frantically calls parents and tells them what happened and about the girl in the window. The punchline: "We don't have any windows in our basement, only mirrors!"
You can probably find versions of this story on the web with enough detail to make it spook-worthy for your audience.
A man had been soaking in pulled pork barbeque for two days (lets say his captors, dressed in sun and blue, did this to add to the suspense), in a vat, in the dark, in a room with no doors or windows. The taste of the concoction was coming through his skin he was so saturated by the stuff. He was the equivalent of a live rack of ribs. When suddenly through a small door that opens in the ceiling, Brady Hoke, with his fat face and cheeks, and his fat little stubby fingers, all greasy from the last room with someone in it in the same situation, is lowered down slowly into the room. A black light and a slowly blinking strobe light starts up. The poor barbeque soaked bloke is not going to make it out alive. All that is certain is that he will hear the last words of the large one say "Get in my bellllyyyyy". The end. Damn scary if you ask me. Sorry for the visual.
If you go north about 3 hours from Columbus, Ohio, you'll see all the scary sh!t you could ever wish for. Moral of the story: Stay the f%4& away from that place kids!
Once a buddy and I were driving down the highway at around 2 am when we came across a perfectly good cooler sitting on the side of the road... we pulled over and checked out the cooler... inside, no lie... a bunch of human toes.
So we ended up calling the Toe(w) truck. ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh
Another Honey Badger thread?
@Pierogyjim, not cool man! not cool!
#too stoned to know its satire!
@Earle What's scarier is the fact a 10yr old told you that story. o.O
~Because we couldn't go for three~
Once upon the time, there was a Wal-Mart Wolverine.
Story ends there.
Make up a story about the Slenderman
If you have time have them play the free downloadable PC game too.
I've witnessed grown men screaming like little girls playing that game.
The best way to play is in the dark with headphones on at night.
Note: NSFW due to explicit language
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@Jester. Tell me about it. Or that she told it to her 7 YO sister. It scares me what they pick up.
There was this football team. They were playing these bloodsucking creatures called Boilermakers. No matter what the team did, these hideous creatures wouldn't go away. Time was starting to slip away. The team sent forth their best warrior to place a dagger into the dark heart of these beasts. Alas, he fell short, was wounded, and had to leave the battle. Every time the team would surge and the tide of the conflict would change; evil trolls in striped shirts would swoop in and save the nasty "Boilers". The team called up another hero and sent him forth to vanquish the beasts. He was intercepted before he could complete his mission. Time was running out. The howl of the cheap shots and bad calls could be heard throughout the land. And then........
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