WARNING: DO NOT READ IF YOU ARE EASILY SCARED!!! (Screaming Tunnel) | Edublog Challenge 3

Do not read this if you are under the age of 10 or you will probably get really scared!!!!!!!!!!!!!

In the early 1900 a tunnel was built it was 16 feet (4.9m) height wise and 125 feet (38m) length wise. This tunnel was called the “Screaming Tunnel ” because of an local legend (The scariness starts here beware. You may lose 7-8 hours of your sleep after this point)  

According to legend there was a house on a hill south from the tunnel, a girl came running down searching for help because the house was on fire. There must of been a spark or such on her cloths because when she ran threw this tunnel her cloths caught on fire. This unlucky girl unfortunately burned to death; her dying screams can still be heard to this day if you (or anyone for that matter) go into this “Screaming Tunnel” with a lit match after dark, or so recourse’s have said (Wikipedia). Continue reading

Freaky Frights

Thye thing that I’m most scared to is to go cage diving with sharks. I’m scared because what if the shark smashed through the cage or what if I hit my head against the cage and go knocked unconchase and drowned. I mean I love to swim and I love sharks but I don’t love dying. Close your eyes and imagin you standing in an under-water cage with big scary sharks souronding you.

On the other hand if I was with my friends and researched the place that I was going to (including which type of sharks) then I might consider going. I’m the kind of person who has a lot of concerns about, well everything.

Cage diving does look really cool in movies and stuff but I just can’t imaging myself being in a cage under water with SHARKS!

Maybe I’m just a scardy cat, or I’m full of concerns, but I’m just so afraid of anything to do with cage diving.

Danica Sharks


First Day Frights

When I got to walked in the door on the first day of school (for me) I was really shy and scared because it was the first time I’ve ever had to change schools. I didn’t really want to talk to anyone, but then the teacher that worked at the daycare asked Roxy to show me around the school. She was really nice and she showed me everywhere I needed to know how to get to.

When it was time to actually learn something. Roxy made sure I didn’t get confused. We went inside and sat down at our desks. We started to learn and I found it really easy to understand everything that our teacher was saying (unlike my other school). When it was time for music class we went over to the music room and had a “test” for musical notes. Then we played with buckets which was really cool. We went outside and Roxy introduced me to some of her friends they were really nice.

I had an amazing first day at my new school and met amazing people.

Have you ever had to switch schools?