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Welcome to Scarecrow Hollow

Welcome to Scarecrow Hollow
Welcome to Scarecrow Hollow
Reads: 
21
Pages: 
269
Average: 5 (1 vote)
5

Introduction Welcome to Scarecrow Hollow The Urban Myth: The house was built around the turn of the century by an elderly man with many children. When the man died in the 1940’s of old age, he left his spirit behind in the home. The apparition drags people out of their beds during the night, leaving them in the hallway. The man also has an affinity for doors. Every door in the house that is left open and is always found closed again. The Fiction: WELCOME TO SCARECROW HOLLOW where things go bump in the night... Meet old man Wilson. Viciously murdered by his children for his money, his spirit is left behind. Outside, in the deserted cornfield, a lonely scarecrow dwells in the wind and is used as a perch for the black birds. But with a closer look, it isn't a scarecrow at all. The birds flock to it like a moth to a flame, one by one pecking at the loose, decayed flesh hanging on the meat hook. People who visit the old farmhouse begin to disappear, one by one with no explanation...spray painted in red paint --the sign into the town of Scarecrow Hollow reads: Warning: Don't go into Scarecrow Hollow if you want to live... That's not what the Winter children had in mind while on their way to visit their favorite farm with their father, where things tend to go bump in the night. It will take the three siblings, Lance, Gwen and Merle to solve the mystery, in this middle-grade thriller. Readers beware...you're in for a scare! Find out what happens in “Welcome to Scarecrow Hollow.”

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Pages: 269
Reading Level: Advanced (9 to 13)
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1502903907
Categories: Action Adventure, Family & Friends, Holidays
Features: Chapters, Narrations
Keywords: mystery, thriller, ghosts, witches, vampires, middle-grade books, young adult books
Date Added: July 22, 2016
Welcome to Scarecrow Hollow Introduction Welcome to Scarecrow Hollow The Urban Myth The house was built around the turn of the century by an elderly man with many children When the man died in the 1940s of old age he left his spirit behind in the home The apparition drags people out of their beds during the night leaving them in the hallway The man also has an affinity for doorsevery door in the house that is  PA Cadaver left open and is always found closed again The Fiction WELCOME TO SCARECROW HOLLOW where things go bump in the night Meet old man Wilson Viciously murdered by his children for his money his spirit is left behind Outside in the deserted cornfield a lonely scarecrow dwells in the wind and is used as a perch for the black birds But with a closer look it isnt a scarecrow at all The birds flock to it like a moth to a flame one by one pecking at the loose decayed  Welcome to Scarecrow Hollow flesh hanging on the meat hook People who visit the old farm house begin to disappear one by one with no explanationspray painted in red paint the sign into the town of Scarecrow Hollow reads Warning Dont go into Scarecrow Hollow if you want to live Thats not what the Winter children had in mind while on their way to visit their favorite farm with their father where things tend to go bump in the night It will take the three  PA Cadaver siblings Lance Gwen and Merle to solve the mystery in this middle grade thriller Readers bewareyoure in for a scare Find out what happens in Welcome to Scarecrow Hollow  Welcome to Scarecrow Hollow Additional Titles in the Series The Pendleton Witches The Legend of Violin Annie Legend of the Little People Knight in Scream ing Armor Pirates of Savannah  PA Cadaver I dedicate this book to all of those children who believe in Ghosts Sometimes its not always a bunch of Hocus Pocus And as always For Harold Yo ho Yo ho a pirates life for me  Welcome to Scarecrow Hollow Welcome to Scarecrow Hollow