ONLY ADD SAM PROJECTS!
---Below Is A SCARY STORY------
------------- That I wrote!---------------
“Sam, wake up!”, My mom called from the other room. “I’m comin’!”, I yelled back. It was the 27th day of February, and I was getting ready for school. After I got dressed, I went to the kitchen and inhaled a bowl of Fruity Pebbles. After breakfast, I got my backpack from my bedroom, and headed outside to wait for the bus. About 10 minutes later, the bus picked me up from the bus stop, along with three other kids. After arriving at school, me and my friends started walking towards the front doors. As we are walking towards the door, I notice my shoe lace is untied. I call to my friends, “My shoes untied, just go on ahead. I’ll catch up.” They say okay and turn around and continue towards the front doors. When I bent down to tie my shoe, I noticed a little shiny gum wrapper. Being one of the school’s “Peer Helpers”, I picked it up to throw it away. I didn’t yet notice the fact that the gum wrapper had a drawing on it. After a couple of seconds, I noticed the drawing. It was a little doodle of a man holding balloons, and next to the drawing were the words “Hi, Sam.”
In the gym where all of the students wait for school to start, I told my friends about the gum wrapper. They said that I should just forget about it, so I eventually did. After a month or so, I got a letter in the mail. The envelope said it was from a guy named Squeaky. Inside the envelope, there was another drawing. This time, it was of a stickman laying in a bed, with the words, “Sleep Good, Sam.” I decided not to tell my parents just yet, because I knew they would freak out, so I showed my friends again. This time, they actually looked frightened. They told me, that about 60 years ago, a man named Bill “Squeaky” Wright died from unknown reasons. He was a farmer, and he would bring balloons to the children at the children’s hospital. Ever since his death, people have been finding small drawings all over town. They said that “Squeaky” picked people at random, and haunted them until their high school graduation. I just hope I don’t get held back!