The Shadow Man Part 2

It was the day after the boy had gone into the abandoned building. He was walking to school that day still in a slight daze. He didn’t even realize that he accidentally walked strait into Ashton Harrison the infamous school bully.

” Hey butthead. Why don’t you find one of your little freinds to help you out here.” Said Ashton with a grin holding him in a headlock.

“Oh wait you don’t have any friends, Richie.” He erupts with laughter. He never liked being called by his name… Ever since his father was murdered.

He remembers the day he died like it was yesterday. It was a bright sunny day as Richies dad and him were walking down the avenue. Richie was five years old at the time. They had just gotten hot dogs and were having a wonderful day.

Suddenly they heard a loud burst. Richies small ears ached in pain as he looks over and sees his dads brain splattered on the sidewalk. His bloody red eye on Richies shoe. Richie starts crying and looks up and in the blur of his eyes he sees him… the man.


  1. what a great job Ian, I am so impressed!

  2. Very descriptive. You have a great imagination. I’m confident Richie has some great friends and together they defeat that evil Ashton. 🙂

  3. I like the description in it. I love the horror theme of it. The main characters are also pretty cool.

  4. Woah. That was unexpected. I wonder if Ashton was somewhat related to the murderer or had something to do with the murder. I can’t wait to see the next part of this story, you did a great job

  5. Mr Webb and Room Three, Auroa Primary School, New Zealand

    Thank you so much for leaving a comment on our class page in New Zealand – our students were thrilled to hear from you it was a fantastic comment, and we loved your description. We had never ever head of a Rhinoceraus Iguana in our classroom, we don’t have those in New Zealand so we looked online to see what it was. We were amazed! It was a really nice touch talking about all the pets that you mentioned – it got us thinking and wondering about how you keep them, what you feed them (which would make a great post on your blog). Thank you so much – we will be back as a class.
    Mr Webb and Room Three, Auroa Primary School, Taranaki, New Zealand

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