The Tremendous TrinityThroughout the years, there lived three special people in the village of Willow Grove through different times. These three people are not special for any good reasons. In fact it's quite the opposite. These three committed awful crimes during their time and in this very quiet town. They were all given their nicknames by the townsfolk's and all together called the tremendous trinity. The trio is the Wither, the Dweller, and the Nightwalker.
The Wither lived in the early 1720's with her husband. Her name was Margret Raven. She was a quiet old woman whom kept to herself and often talked to herself. One day, as she was gardening, she was caught talking to herself and mistaken as performing spells and rituals. Well the townsfolk weren't too happy about that so they took her to the center of town, put her on a post, and burned her alive. Since then it has been said that her ghost stalks anyone whom steps toward her land and will never stop.
The Dweller was a one legged man named Christopher
Creepy Situations: Haunted House of Sleepy GroveIt was a summer evening and yesterday was my last day of school. My mom has to go on a business trip and my dad was in England, so I had to go to my Aunt Sally's house for the summer. "Mom please don't make me go. I can just go to some camp or something." I said.
"Now Greg, you know that your Aunt Sally hasn't seen you since you went fishing with her. She's dying for you to come over." my mom told me. "It's only been a year mom." I cried. "That's enough. You're going there tonight. I have to catch my flight. That's final." she said sharply. "But please mom." I said. "Gregory Uriah Martin. I said that's final!" she snapped. I pouted and slumped back into my seat.
Well as you may have heard, my name is Greg Martin and I'm 12 years old. I hate the fact that I'm short and that my initials spell out the word "GUM". I hate gum. I have black hair that hangs just above my eyebrows and brown eyes that look like two pennies.
School had just ended yesterday and all my friends were going fishing,