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    passing by this town are given the impression that it is a deserted and sinister ghost town. The residents of this town are mostly normal but there seems to be a mysterious phenomenon that affects a few people every month. This unexplained event makes the victim speak in tongues while they scurry in an uneasy fashion into the cornfield located in the center of the town. Dominique and Maddy have been lucky so far avoiding this strange phenomenon for as long as they’ve lived here. Since they have not experienced this event they believe it is just a rumor. They’re a young couple that have been together for a few years and are madly in love. Dominique is a fairly tall man standing at a colossal six feet and four inches with a golden brown tan. He has light brown hair the same color as Maddy’s hair. Maddy has fair skin but is very short standing at only five feet tall. On one especially menacing night Dominique has to comfort Maddy until she falls asleep because of how superstitious she is about the unnatural occurrences that happen in this town. She has heard many rumors about how unexpected victims are dragged out of their homes and into the abnormal cornfield. As Maddy finally falls asleep Dominique carefully whispers to her, “Sleep well my angel...I’ll never let anything or anyone hurt you.” Hearing these comforting words made her instantly fall into a deep slumber which even satan himself could not disturb. Seeing her sleep so peacefully put an enchanting fatigued feeling…

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    When He Saw Me Summary

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    camp Samuel and Lindsey have sex for the first time under a row boat to protect them from the summer rain. One night Jack sees a light in the cornfield from his desk window, he thinks that it is Mr. Harvey, so he gets his baseball bat and goes out thereto find him. When Jack sees Clarissa, Susie’s friend, he runs at her, knocking her down, screaming, Susie. Brian hears him and as he comes across the field, holding a torchlight. Steals Jack’s baseball bat and beats him with it sending him to the…

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    antique statues litter their fenced in yards. Telephone lines strung from pole to pole go in all directions and never seem to end. In every time of day, every kind of weather, every season, the quiet beauty of this place strikes me every time I drive home. On foggy mornings, I rarely see half a mile ahead of myself. The entire area rests under a blanket of white that slowly retreats by the afternoon. I can see the city in the distance, still hidden by the fog by the time the roads are finally…

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    The man in the cornfield In a small farming village called Hot Springs there was a boy name Dylan. He was 15 living just with his mother. He helps tend to their crops. He doesn’t go to school. He is very smart for not going to school. It all started one day before the corn need to be harvested. Dylan was washing dishes when he saw something rustling in the cornfield. “What the heck is that!” his mother screamed. Dylan ran outside as fast as he could but, before he could get there the weird…

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    Sarah Cornfield Incident

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    In August 2013, Sarah Cornfield attended Florissant Valley Community College. Sarah was married with four children, and she was the sole caregiver for her disabled uncle. Although Sarah had a full household and was aware that things could become hectic, she was very adamant about furthering her education. Every day, Sarah went to school, came home, took care of her family, and did her homework faithfully for an entire year. However, following the first year, Sarah’s personal life and her…

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    One day, I would like to visit Dominican Republic. I would like to visit Dominican Republic because it is a very beautiful island. I would also like to visit the Dominican Republic because I would like to see what people do there and how they celebrate. It is also the perfect vacation spot. I would like to visit Dominican Republic because it is very beautiful island, a different culture, and can help me with my Spanish skills! First, the Dominican Republic is very beautiful. Beaches…

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    Tombstone Research Paper

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    Not to long ago when I was 10 years old i used to live by this graveyard and at first I was creep out ,but then I realize that Ii was not afraid of no ghost so I didn't mind living by a graveyard. So I went to school doing work and stuff, and then we rode the bus home and the bus stopped at my corner. So when I got off the bus I walked down the sideway to my house it was at 15 foot,but I didn't mind so when I get close to my house always gotta pass the graveyard, but I believe that ghost did…

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    They are driven deep into a cornfield or through a forest. There are many scares that guests will see during the drive. They could witness bloody scenes of violence or monsters chasing the vehicle. This is usually an event that has face painting for children and pumpkin decorating. Haunted Maze In a haunted maze, there are often dead ends and twisty turns so the guests will get completely lost inside it. There will be actors posing as monsters and scary characters along with flashing lights…

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    In the book and movie “The Lovely Bones” a girl named Susie gets murdered by one of her neighbors in the cornfield. When Susie’s parents go to find her she cannot be found but they do find her hat and a lot of blood. Susie’s parents never find her killer but her dad tries very hard and then he gets some suspicion. There are many differences in the book and the movie. One of the things that are alike is that Susie’s family starts to fall apart. But, in the book, Sausies(sp) mom(,) Abigail(,) has…

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    " It took a clear, meditative eye like my grandfather’s to foresee that they would enlarge and multiply until they would be, not the Shimerdas’ cornfields, or Mr. Bushy’s, but the world’s cornfields; that their yield would be one of the great economic facts, like the wheat crop of Russia, which underlie all the activities of men, in peace or war. " This quote is a very well known passage from the widely known novel My Antonia by Willia Cather. In this novel, we follow a boy named Jim Burden…

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