Halloween Day He! He! He!
by Bethani Newbold, 10, White Plains Middle School
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“Abby wake up!” shouted Jake. “Today is Halloween!” “I know!” yelled Abby. “Get out of my room now!” shouted Abby. “Okay,” sobbed Jake.

So Abby got out of bed to cook breakfast for her family. “Jake! Get down here and eat breakfast!” screamed Abby. “No, you made me cry,” Jake said in a sad way.

“If you come down here and eat breakfast, I will take you out and we can go trick or treating tonight.” “Really!” said Jake. “You have to eat everything on your plate,” said Abby.

“It’s almost 8:00,” said Abby. “What are you going to wear for Halloween?” “I am going to wear dirty toilet paper with blood and get a knife with a chainsaw.” “Let’s take out the blood,” said Abby. “No!” said Jake. “Fine,” yelled Abby. “Go get dressed, it’s 7:30,” said Abby. “K,” said Jake. “I can’t do it by myself,” said Jake. “I know,” said Abby.

Abby and Jake went upstairs to wrap him up in muddy tissue and put red paint all over the tissues. They put a knife in his hand and a chainsaw too. They got in the car and drove down to the park.

“It is so crowded!” said Abby. “Move!” said a man. “You don’t tell my sister to move,” said Jake. Jake grabbed the man by his hair and pulled him down and put his knife to his neck. He told him, “Never tell my sister to move ever again,” said Jake. “Do you understand?” said Abby.

Abby took Jake’s hand and pulled him, and the knife made a big mark on the man’s neck. Abby and Jake ran to the car. The man followed them to the car.

“Get in the car!” said Abby. “The man is probably following us!” said Jake. The man followed the car that they were driving in. He also had a knife in his car.

They got home and ran to Abby’s room. “Oh no, I forgot to lock the front door!” They heard the front door creak. “It’s him!” said Abby. He walked upstairs with his knife in his hand.

Abby said, “Stay here.” Abby walked out of her room and said, “Who’s in my house?” Then she threw the knife, and almost got him in the throat.

“AHHHHHH!” screamed Abby. He threw his knife and totally missed her.

“No!” shouted Jake. He pulled out his gun and shot him.

Some officers came in their house. “Thank you! We have been looking for five years. Thank you!” “You’re welcome!” the children said. They were put on the newspaper and they were also called the robber killers. From this day on they will never be robbed again.
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