Ghost Hunt for The Bell Witch: Chapter 4

The group split into two and drove to various locations in Adams to interview locals about the Bell Witch, her existence and unknown information in regards to the taunted Bell family.

Diana, Joseph and John drove to fancy restaurants and the canoe rental in Adams about the historical significance of the Bell family and how the legend carries out to this day. Meanwhile, Anita, Rae and Arnold visit local motels and speak with guests and employees to find out what they witnessed while staying in Adams for a short amount of time.

They arrive at a hotel called “Presence Among These Halls.” The group of three order a meal of steak, shrimp and pasta. As they are awaiting for their food arrival, they begin interviewing guests about their experiences at the hotel and visit to the Bell Witch cave.

Janet, a guest at the hotel shared “I went inside the cave with my husband and it was a daunting experience. There was a narrow path with a wishing well where visitors dropped change in there and soon we see an empty Indian grave. It was small enough for a child to be buried there but the remains vanished for quite some time. The tourist told us about a rock on the wall that had the shape of a witches face. When I walked back to the empty grave in the cave, my husband came looking for me and couldn’t find me. I hollered and told him that I am standing next to him but he didn’t hear nor see me. It was strange and from that point forward, I did not want to go back. Some strange phenomena blocked out the sound of my voice. An unknown presence, that is.”

Meanwhile at the restaurant “Laid Back,” the other students interviewed an elderly lady named Joan who was born and raised in Adams. She brought up to them that she and her kids went to the cave several years back when they were under different owners. As she was purchasing tickets, her kids vanished without a trace. She panicked and thought they hid behind the house where it once stood. “My kids took off without letting me know. I screamed for minutes until they ran with a petrified expression on their faces. The wind blew the grass so hard and the clouds turned dark we left the grounds immediately. The kids wanted me to drive to the cemetery but I told them no and sped away for good riddance. I will no longer partake in that paranormal phenomena and stay away from that area as much as possible.”

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“When Love is Not Enough”: 2010 TV Film Review Part 2

Portrayed by Barry Pepper and Winona Ryder, their characters were on the brink of divorce as the alcohol consumption affected their loved ones and job opportunities.

Alcohol which ran rampant among Bill Wilson, his coworkers and Lois’s closest confidantes, she begged the question as to whether if her husband truly loved her enough to stop his drinking in time to save the marriage or leave to fend for himself.

The dedication, patience and love she had for her husband speaks volumes about Lois Wilson. She was a faithful wife, defending Bill even though she knew about his social drinking issues and the possible outcome of becoming homeless if he did not hit rock bottom.

A powerful message we all can grasp from this story is to help those you love the most. But when they do not have the willpower to push forward, take a few leaps back and let them struggle until they bounce back after hitting rock bottom. It takes more than tough love to demonstrate that life is not easy breezy and with their actions have consequences. Love can turn into resentment at an instant rate if you give up quickly. It’s better to take a few step back and let that individual endure hardships that can either make or break them. However, with your trust and patience, your bond for one another can grow stronger.

New Post of Not Showing Fear in Writing Skills:

Link to the older post: No Fear in Writing Skills

Here is how I would write this post today:

“From the beginning of my early school years through the end of my college career, my writing styles were horrendous. Meaning, my sentences were run-on, incomplete with a lack of clarity and knowledge.

After creating a blog, I realize that my writing style will change as time marches forward. Five years later, it did. Blogging has given me confidence but it also helped me recognize the flaws which can be corrected by patiently rearranging my sentence structures and use a set of terms to make my posts flow smoothly.

Remember, we shall not become ashamed of our writing styles but take the time to critique it and combine your stories in a unique manner. Secondly, ask relatives and peers to evaluate your work. The final step is to receive constructive criticism, learn from your mistakes and grow as a blogger.”

To Middle School Journalists: Writing Yearbook Story Paragraph Layout

In middle school, you are learning how to expand your vocabulary and speak in front of a large class. But if you love writing and have an interest in joining the yearbook staff, here are some story ideas you can write about regarding your graduating class:

#1 Paragraph: Describe the beginning of your graduating class. First impressions matter the most.

Example: When we entered our first year of middle school, it was difficult to communicate with one another since we came from different places. Learning to know each other took a bit of time and effort but now we understand ourselves at a faster rate since we have completed our sixth grade together.

#2 Paragraph: Describe experiences from beginning to end.

Example: At our first pep rally, we had a blast. From winning the spirit stick to befriending seventh and eighth graders to field trips and joining extracurricular activities, our sixth grade experience has been once in a lifetime memorable flashback we will never forget. 

#3 Paragraph: Conclusion.

Example: To conclude our first year of middle school experience, we welcome the upcoming sixth grade class to join us at a meet-and-greet orientation where our class speaks among the crowd regarding our experiences and how they can enjoy their first year without stressing out as to how many homework assignments they will have to complete on a daily basis. Congratulations class of 2023, we have accomplished one year and look forward to spending time with one another within the next few months to come. 

Topics for this Blog:

Recently, it has been difficult for me to find any interesting topics to write about on here. But down below, I listed a few experiences I’ve encountered on the internet as a teenager and as a young adult. I already wrote a few stories on my professional blog post which will be listed down below.

Encountering with an angry fan online experience began when I was 17 years old and the story starts off nice, but the angry fan becomes angrier as the months go by. I will keep the posts updated on the website in which this story is linked to.

I argued with another college student a few nights ago regarding that respect is earned, not an entitlement and he did not listen to what was being said to him. He pulled the “Rachael is showing her privilege” card while avoiding the facts.

These are the only topics I posted on my professional blogging website but if you have any questions or comments, feel free to post on here.

Writing a Short Story part K-Daisy’s One Month Stay at Dogs Drool and Rule Academy:

Daisy’s now up to bat and ready to hit the ball over the fence. As she stepped up to the mound, the pitcher from the other team threw a curve ball and she hit it to right field. She ran as fast as she could and made it to second base. One point earned by Iceman and the next player up to score is Foxy, a Pomeranian who also came from Bridgetown, Tennessee. Foxy came to the mansion because she had seizures and the only place affordable for her owners to take her was at Dogs Drool and Rule Academy.

Foxy stood at the mound, grabbed her bat and looked towards the pitcher. As soon as the ball came towards her, she hit it and it went over the fence. Both teams were tied and the amount of points they were allowed to reach that day was 10.

Writing a Short Story part J-Daisy’s One Month Stay at Dogs Drool and Rule Academy:

The first group up to bat scored three runs and one player struck out. The next two players hit the ball, but were caught by Daisy’s teammates. Now her team is up to the plate and ready to score some runs. The first member walking up and ready to hit the ball is Bullet, a Shih Tzu Pomeranian from Walker County, Tennessee. Bullet came to Dogs Drool & Rule Academy due to his back legs being ran over by a pickup truck and it was the closest place where he can recover quickly while his owners are away on business for one month. He has been at the mansion for three weeks now and his legs are healing at a steady rate. Due to his back legs being in casts, he will need to have one of his pals run for him. Daisy stepped up and volunteered to run for him while he hits the ball with his front paws.

Unfortunately, Bullet struck out and as a result, Daisy didn’t run for him. One player out, two more to go. Iceman, another team member, practiced his swing before running up the plate. On the first pitch, he hit the ball to left field and made it to third base because one of the players on the other team was struggling to pick up the ball and throw it to short stop.

 

 

Writing a Short Story part H-Daisy’s One Month Stay at Dogs Drool and Rule Academy:

“One week flew by and Daisy has become accustomed to the mansion’s daily routines, consisting of interaction, participation, keeping everyone’s bellies full, to enjoy living a luxurious lifestyle for one month and meet new friends from different sections held within the mansion. She has met Iceman, a Persian cat whose suffered from two broken legs due to crossing a road without looking both ways and the vehicle which sped in his neighborhood, did not slow down as he walked underneath the car and had both of his legs crushed. He was immediately rushed to the mansion where the professional vets examined what bones in his hind legs were broken and soon placed it into two casts. At the moment, Iceman is in physical therapy and does everything in his power to walk off the pain in order to have the casts removed soon and begin to walk independently again.”

Writing a Short Story part G-Daisy’s One Month Stay at Dogs Drool and Rule Academy:

“Dinnertime has been announced and stomachs began to rumble. They walked through the kitchen, sniffing and staring at the delicious appetizer they will chow down tonight. Daisy, on the other hand, was not hungry and felt that she was ready to hit the sack for the night. One of the staff members became concerned and walked over to identify the reason why Daisy chose to crawl in bed before the other dogs. She wasn’t going to budge and quickly fell asleep. As the sun had risen at 6 a.m, the staff and dogs woke up early, go for a morning walk at a nearby lake in Malibu and eat lunch when they come back from their first physical activity of the day. Daisy went as well and enjoyed herself quite a bit. She felt the breeze from the wind blowing from the lake and sat under the tree for shade and walked on the sand to cool her feet that were overheating from the concrete road. The animals arrived back at the mansion, sat down to eat their lunch in front of the television and waited thirty minutes before participating in another activity pertaining to communication between the dogs and staff.”

Writing a Short Story part F- Daisy’s One Month Stay at Dogs Drool and Rule Academy:

“The workers walked into the living room and announced, ‘Hello everyone, you can now walk outside and play Frisbee for fifteen minutes. Physical exercise is important for your health and helps you recover quickly. Come on out, now!’ Everyone ran outside and each of the staff members held a Frisbee with their names on it. Daisy’s name was called and told her to run like the wind in order to grab the flying object from her mouth and give it back to the person who threw it to her in the first place. For fifteen short minutes, the only physical exercise of the day was the Frisbee flying from one dog to another dog.”