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Haunted Wisconsin

All houses are haunted; all persons are haunted; throngs of spirits follow us everywhere, we are never alone. Every county has they own haunted places some more known than others. I will take you on an adventure though Wisconsin’s past and present gulls and goblins that will sure give you a new look on Wisconsin. The haunted places in Wisconsin are worth learning about. Do you know what the closet haunted places to you are? The closet haunted places are in Weyauwega, Marsh Road. There are actually two haunted roads by the name of Marsh Road in Weyauwega (Haunted Places in Wisconsin 29). There is one where I live stretching from highway 54 to White Lake Road, which is the…

Hamlet Quotations Act 1

Hamlet Quotations Act 1 INSTRUCTIONS: Foreachquote: (a)Identifythespeaker,towhomitisaddressed,andthesituation, (b)Explain(indetail)thesignificanceofthequoteintermsofallthatapply:themes,characterrevelation,plot development,dramaticdevices(irony,foreshadowing…),poeticdevices(simile,metaphor,alliteration…),etc. (c)Uploadto EXAMPLE: “Thisbodessomestrangeeruptiontoourstate.” (a)​HoratioisspeakingtoMarcellus;HoratioisreferringtotheghostofHamletSr.thattheyhavejustwitnessed. (b)​HoratiobelievesthattheghostisappearingbecausefoulplaywasinvolvedwithHamletSr.’sdeath.Heisnotpositive aboutit,butheknowsthatsomething“strange”ishappening.Thiseventputstheactionoftheplayinmotion(plot development).Also,thecommentforeshadowstheimpendingdoomthatDenmarkmaybefacing. 1. “Alittlemorethankin,andlessthankind.” 2. “Weprayyouthrowtoearththisunprevailingwoe,andthinkofusasafather…” 3. “Othatthistootoosulliedfleshwouldmelt…” 4. “Frailty,thynameiswoman…Omostwickedspeed!Topostwithsuchdexteritytoincestuoussheets!” “Donotassomeungraciouspastorsdo,showmethesteepandthornywaytoheaven,whilelikeapuff’d andrecklesslibertinehimselftheprimrosepathofdalliancetreads…” 6. “Thisaboveall:tothineownselfbetrue…” 7. “Whenthebloodburns,howprodigalthesoullendsthetonguevows.” 8. “Thedramofevildothallthenoblesubstanceoftendouttohisownscandal.” 9. “SomethingisrotteninthestateofDenmark.” 10.“Revengehisfoulandmostunnaturalmurder.” 11.“Hastemetoknow’t,thatIwithwingsasswiftasmeditationorthethoughtsoflovemaysweeptomyrevenge.” 12.“Theserpentthatdidstingyourfather’slifenowwearshiscrown.”…”Omypropheticsoul!Myuncle!” 13.“Omostperniciouswoman!Ovillain,villain,smilingdamnedvillain!…Thatonemaysmile,andsmile,andbea villain.” 14.“Therearemorethingsinheavenandearth,…Thanaredreamtofinyourphilosophy.” 15.“Thetimeisoutofjoint.Ocursedspite,thatIwasborntosetitright.”

Types of paranormal beliefs and why people believe in it

There is always a part of us who believes in something that is outside the field of science even though it has been proven scientifically by some to be untrue. This is because nobody has ever given any conclusive evidence that paranormal beliefs such as ghost and aliens exists. While many sightings have been reported throughout the years, there is still no solid proof that these sightings were real. Why are paranormal beliefs still so popular when it lacks solid evidence? One reason is that countless photographs and videos of these so called ‘sightings’ have been recorded and with the help of the internet, spreads like wildfire. The media also plays an important role in why people believe in the…

The Canterville Ghost

The Canterville Ghost by Oscar Wilde is a hilarious and playful look at the spirit world. It takes place in an 1800 British Castle, known as Canterville Chase. Residents in the area think a ghost haunts the castle. The story has an unexpected ending as Mr. Simon’s ghost eventually befriends Virginia, the daughter of the owners of Canterville Chase. An American minister and his family live at the castle. These people especially the father, Mr. Otis, do not believe in ghosts. The twins play all kinds of funny pranks on the ghost, Mr. Simon, humiliating him to the extent that he almost had a nervous breakdown. One of the main settings is a room where Mr. Simon, as a human,…

Do ghost exist?

Whether or not ghosts actually exist is a question that has been debated in almost every culture and region around the world since times immemorial. Those who believe in ghosts point to countless instances of unexplained phenomena in which strange sightings and paranormal happenings have taken place. The skeptics on the other hand dismiss such suggestions about “ghosts” as figments of human imagination that have no scientific basis or proof. This essay explores the question: whether ghosts really exist? The popular Western concept of ghosts is that souls that could not find rest after death, or have some unfinished business in the material world such as seeking revenge, linger on Earth and sometimes appear as apparitions. A broader concept of…

Canterville Ghost Chapter 1 Summary

When Mr. Hiram B. Otis, the American Minister, bought Canterville Chase, every one told him he was doing a very foolish thing, as there was no doubt at all that the place was haunted. Indeed, Lord Canterville himself, who was a man of the most punctilious honour, had felt it his duty to mention the fact to Mr. Otis when they came to discuss terms. ‘We have not cared to live in the place ourselves,’ said Lord Canterville, ‘since my grand-aunt, the Dowager Duchess of Bolton, was frightened into a fit, from which she never really recovered, by two skeleton hands being placed on her shoulders as she was dressing for dinner, and I feel bound to tell you, Mr….

Scary places

Over the course of my life, I have encountered many eerie locations that have given me the chills. Despite all those fearful situations, only three places have ever successfully handicapped my lungs from providing oxygen to my heart. I could not begin to predict the events that would occur when I decided to visit a jail hostel, a cemetery, or a cellar. Until these visits, I have never been frozen from head to toe, unable to conduct a move. My previous hair raising experiences are practically nonexistent compared to my journey to The Ottawa Jail Hostel, the Garden Cemetery, or a friend’s basement cellar. To begin, the first place that is soon going to put goose bumps on my skin…