The Menacing House

Live presentation of The Menacing House

Join in as, Jennifer Hart, tells us her childhood memories and the events which propelled her into becoming a detective. She takes us back to when she was a petite outgoing girl in the 2nd grade. To her profound memory of a particular house in her neighborhood, which has stood empty, still and alone for too many years. Its overgrown monstrous landscape trapping it in darkness, sheltering it from the sun’s bright rays. Its walkways, over the passing of time, have become smeared with brown-green moss, while weeds shoot up between its broken slabs of cement. Its dirty windows gawk at you, as you walk past, causing chills to rush up and down your spine.

Many neighborhoods have at least one of these creepy spine-chilling houses. Jennifer still cringes in fear, as she remembers passing a house like this every day on her way to the bus stop. She can feel it watching and listening to her. The uneasy feelings tell her to cross the street to avoid it menacing stare and to quiet herself to avoid being heard.

But one day, the older kids from the neighborhood dare her to go inside.

She didn’t want to go into the house – it scared her to death! The rumors she heard told by the older kids terrified her even more. Luckily for her, she did not have to go in alone. Her best friend, Jackie, and two of her other friends volunteered to go in with her. What they discover within the house’s menacing walls is purely horrifying.  Shocked at their findings, Jennifer’s blood runs cold! Without hesitation or waiting for her friends – she runs for her life! But, did her friends make it out of the Menacing House alive?

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