Summer camps are a perfect setting for a horror film. We've all seen one that takes place in the seemingly innocuous setting of a children's summer retreat. But like many horror movies, these movies were based on actual events. That's right, the idea of kids getting slain when they're supposed to be having the most fun of their lives isn't that crazy. It's happened before.
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He was 19 and had just graduated, and everyone was obsessed with him. One day his car broke down and he lived near me, so I drove him home. He flirted with me the whole way, but I was thinking, 'No way, I'm making this up. We did, and kissed. I was so excited that I called my best friend and she screamed. It was like being with a celebrity — everyone wanted him. We hooked up all summer, but he left for the military in the fall.
The 10 Spookiest Campfire Stories Ever
If you grew up in America and ever went to summer camp, or had an older sibling, or a particularly macabre set of school bus friends, you've probably heard some of these spooky campfire stories before. In fact, you probably still wake up in a cold sweat most nights, thinking you can hear the distant scraping of a hook against a car door. And even if you had a pleasant childhood and therefore never heard any of these gruesome stories Even if you weren't much for pitching tents and starting bonfires, you might recognize some of these creepy campfire tales from Alvin Schwartz's Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. That's because Schwartz, like many ghost story writers before him, drew inspiration from American folktales and urban legends and then he added those horrific illustrations from Stephen Gammell, to more effectively haunt our every waking thought.
The best part? There are stories in here for kids of all ages. In this legendary tale your kids will love from Ultimate Camp Resource , Chipmunk challenges Bear to stop the sun from rising.