17 October 2015

{Guest Post} Halloween Stories From Childhood Written by Eric Rickstad

By: Me My Shelf And I | 17 October 2015 at 12:17 AM | |

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Few things are more fun that looking back over your childhood memories and sharing them. So when New York Times Bestselling author Eric Rickstad came across this Halloween tale, written on a ghost we both knew it would be a blast to share it with you!

The Terrible Skelton

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It Reads (all the adorable typos have been left in!)

It was a cold foggy Halloween night. And in a haunted terrifying house.

There was a light on in a bed room there was a vampire sucking somebodys blood. And then he laughed. Then a skeleton stabbed him. For the skeleton was a killer. Then he ran to the graveyard and killed a little boy. Then he heard a scream. He ran to see what it was where he died. With a terrifying scream. And nobody saw him again.

The End

More By Eric Rickstad

To find more books by Eirc Rickstad, that sadly are not written on ghosts check out:

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About The Author

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Eric Rickstad is the New York Times, USA Today, and Globe & Mail Bestselling author of THE SILENT GIRLS, a psychological thriller heralded as intelligent and profound, dark, disturbing, and heartbreaking. His first novel REAP, a literary crime novel, was a New York Times Noteworthy Novel. He lives in his home state of Vermont with his lovely wife, daughter and son. http://www.rickstad.com

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