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Only you can tell what you think is scary or not! If you're going to be a writer, you need to think up your own ideas. Here are some links to help you out.

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It's called scary or horror because it scares the reader.

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toy story was made by disney for little kids so no its not scary

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You can get some great ideas for scary Halloween decorations from a book called, "Extreme Halloween: The Ultimate Guide to Making Halloween Scary Again," by Tom Nardone. Inside the book are ideas for creatures to make and other ideas such as pumpkin carving.

If it says "From a true story" or something like that, then yes, yes it is.

ok well you could do a scary hay ride and have people dressed up then have them pop out at you. then you could have people jumping out behind trees scaring your guest.

Thinking up a good story idea may take some time and preparation. But only you can come up with your story ideas! If you try to write someone else's ideas, you will be bored - the story will be crap - and the readers will toss it down and get something with some real emotion in it!Here are some steps to get you thinking.Think of what type of story you are going to write. Are you more interested in contemporary tales, science fiction, romance, horror?Do some research! 99% of a writer's ideas come from looking up information!Think of your story structure - what is your POV? Who is going to tell this story?Try using your own life to trigger some ideas. What conflicts and problems have you been struggling with? What is going on in the lives of your friends and family?Still having trouble thinking of ideas? Try thinking of where you are going to set your story. Do some research and find good locations.

There are tons of costumes you can do for kids that aren't scary. You can easily make or buy costumes like Farmer, Firefighter, Bag of Jelly Beans, or Fairy.

You can either be traditional by using ideas from scary movies or using costume ideas from your own interest. In all honesty though, you should just dress up however you want.

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go on google and type scary stories you get all sorts okay :)

Whatever you want it to be about! You're the writer -- you need to write about what you think is scary.

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You can write tall tales about anything! Here's a link to show you how authors get ideas.

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