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The cheerful Johnson family of four go on a holiday in the countryside. They stay in a beautiful, amazing rented cottage. It was surrounded by lovely bush. In the overgrown trees the birds were chirping like in bed at home when my alarm clock goes off in the morning. In the farmers corn field next to the cottage there is a strange creepy scarecrow. The whole family thinks it looks evil. Mat (Jack’s brother) gets really scared looking at it. On the other hand, the oldest child thinks its amazing and awesome.
Angry and disappointed, upset and mad, the oldest child had to sleep in the messy living room, or outside. Of course he picked the living room. He had to sleep in the living room because his mother and father wanted to sleep in the huge master bedroom and his brother, Mat got to sleep in the other room.
Early the next morning the cheerful Johnson family go out for a walk down the colourful redwood forest track. But for some reason poor Jack the oldest child stays home. He suddenly heard the kitchen phone ring. It sounded like the beeping from a car when it is backing out.
Delighted, overjoyed, jolly Jack runs to answer the phone. In his mind he was thinking “Oh great Mum’s calling.” When he answers the phone, all Jack could hear was breathing. They hang up. Slowly and gently Jack put the phone down. Jack starts to get scared and hides behind the coach. Whispering to himself he says, “I think somebody is watching me, I know so.”
Terrified, horrified, petrified Jack walks slowly to look out the kitchen window. Jack had just realised that the evil scarecrow had gone. Jack started running round the house screaming. Jack gets more scared. He decides to turn the old unwanted TV on. But it doesn’t work properly because every time he changes channel it goes all fuzzy. “…..no…it can’t be…not the TV!”
There was a knock on at the front door. It sounded like a ball hitting the sidewalk. Jack looks out the window, no-ones there. “That is very weird,” he said. Jack tries to ring his mum’s mobile phone. He tarts to hear his mum’s phone ring upstairs. He runs up to the bedroom.
Jack was terrified at that moment. Jack sees the scarecrow through the window. Jack’s mums mobile phone rings again. Jack doesn’t know if he should answer it. Scared, Jack answers the phone. He stands frozen. Jack hears hysterical laughing at the end of the phone.
Article posted June 22, 2010 at 05:01 PM •
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