Scary spooky Halloween stories – Halloween stories for kids

[Day 28]

Halloween Stories

Labels: Scary, spooky,  creepy mystery stories for Halloween. Halloween  stories for kids,  scary spooky Halloween stories and tales, poetry and poems for children all ages. Halloween riddles and limericks; all poetry on this blog is written by me Milou. I am a 11 year old student and like poetry and stories. If you like my poems and stories please link to my blog 🙂 – OK, now we are close to the finish line but not quite yet.

Today I present again a funny spooky scary rhyming Halloween story. Have fun, see you around, Milou

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At School on a Halloween Night by Milou

It now had grown dark at Gembery School
And poor, lonely Jason now felt like a fool

He’d spent all afternoon reading his book
But he never realized that they’d kidnapped the cook
Detectives and cops checked all around
They search in all corners but nothing was found
Not even poor Jason was seen where he was
Nor had our Jason cared ‘bout this fuzz

By now it was midnight, on Halloween Night!
Jason was whimpering, and dying of fright
Suddenly he heard a noise which came from down the hall
Then Jason saw a bloody sign painted on the wall,
“You shall die human child, for now you’re in our home,”
“And none of your behavior will we ghosts condone,”
“For every failure that you make, you crawl towards your doom,”
“But don’t worry young human, we’ve got plenty of room.”

Jason ran as fast as he could and broke through all locked doors
If he’d been competing in a race, he’d have gotten the highest scores
When finally he reached his home he did nothing but go to bed
That next morning his mother found her son completely dead

Jason sat straight up in bed and let out a terrific scream
But then he realized it all had been a very terrible dream

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Scary spooky Haunted House story for Halloween

[Day 17]

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Scary, spooky, witty, creepy, mysterious Haunted House Ghost Story for Halloween,
Have a nice weekend, Miloubat2

© S.E. Schlosser 1997 – 2009

Used with permission of S.E. Schlosser and AmericanFolklore.net. Copyright 2009. All rights reserved.

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The Skeleton – Halloween poems for kids

[Day 6]

Today an new Halloween poem and podcast!

See you tomorrow, Milou

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The Skeleton by Milou

It is midnight at the grave yard and everyone’s asleep
Humans, dogs, cats, and mice, even crawly creeps

But someone is still not sleeping, their eyes are wide awake
For some weird reason they can’t lie down, not even take a break

He opens up his bedroom door, and crawls out throw the mess
Leaving the room slumbering, tottering, and not bothering at all to dress

When he finally left his house he goes out through his own fence
He coughed lightly and gasped for breath because the air was dense

He walks out through the graveyard, leaving his grave behind
The skeleton walked on and on, as his creaky, shattered bones grind

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Halloween Night by Milou

[Day 5!]

new updated! with podcast…have fun, Milou

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Halloween Night

In the middle of a Halloween night poor Collin awoke
He heard the hissing of a snake and then a cranky voice spoke
“Come with me human child, and join me in my plot.”
“All those creatures you despise, I’ll wipe away the lot!”
“Leave the torturing to me; I just need one thing from you,”
“If you complete this mission your mind can be part of my stew.”
“Cut up your sister’s body and eat her bloody heart,”
“Then I know you’re worthy and my mighty plot can start!”
On top of his blanket there was a knife inside a box
It sparkled in the moonlight as Collin put on his socks
He took the box and left his room and walked straight down the hall
Collin headed for his sister’s room, her door on the left hand wall
But when he reached her bedroom he didn’t stop nor linger
He just kept right on walking, he didn’t move a finger
But when he reached the end of the hall and lifted the window’s frame
He threw the box into the neighbor’s yard and said all this spook was a shame
He kicked the creepy witch out not forgetting the snake
Then he went back to bed and decided to take a break………..chain-skulls

Today you can listen again to two new stories of S.E. Schlosser.
See you tomorrow, Milou

Used with permission of S.E. Schlosser and AmericanFolklore.net. Copyright 2009. All rights reserved.

Scary, spooky, mystery Halloween ghost stories & witch tales

Scary Halloween poems, poetry, mystery stories & tales.

During the next weeks I will post every day some goodies for Halloween! Stop by every day or subscribe to my RSS-reader and bookmark my page!! Please comment if you like it. :-). If you have a blog or web site you are welcome to link to my blog.

Today is DAY 1! My blog poetry4kids with Halloween design. Perhaps it will take a couple of days to arrange the new Halloween template. I will test in Firefox and IE8.  Enjoy Milou

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Here you will find some of my Halloween poems and podcasts.

The Haunted House
Dinner?
The Halloween School
Miss “Spelled”- Witch Poem

Listen to the very latest podcasts from the very Spooky Series by S.E. Schlosser! Stories are read aloud by the author.  Scary,  spooky stories and tales right for Halloween.

Used with permission of S.E. Schlosser and AmericanFolklore.net. Copyright 2009. All rights reserved.

© S.E. Schlosser 1997 – 2009

S.E. Schlosser  books

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scary spooky books for Halloween

About the Author
S. E. Schlosser has been telling stories since she was a child, when games of  “let’s pretend” quickly built themselves into full-length stories. A graduate of the Institute of Children’s Literature and Rutgers University, she also created and maintains the Web site AmericanFolklore.net, where she shares a wealth of stories from all fifty states.

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spells_accident Read a free mystery story:

Spells Accident by Alistair Scott © Storyplus

You need Adobe Acrobat Reader(PDF) or Firefox reader to watch it

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Funny Games …..30 days until Halloween.

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No Name Game 1!

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No Name Game 2!

Its the wackiest and most exciting maze game on the internet!

How do I play?
Click on the tiny red dot and guide it through the white part of the maze. Watch out for the moving objects. If you go off the path you will have to start all over from the beginning.

Have fun Milou

The Haunted House – Halloween Poems by Milou

Halloween podcast for kids. Listen to funny poems for children. Free short Halloween poems, funny Halloween poems and Halloween Rhymes for kids.

The Haunted House:

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Is scary enough to make you insane

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The Haunted House

Most kids in town fear that house
No one goes near it, not even a mouse

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Halloween bat

It’s called The Kingdom of Roaches and Ghouls
Or, The Home of all the Remaining Souls

They call it, The Hotel of Spiders and Bones
But I prefer to call it my home