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Blue Wings High

By Katy O'Hara All Rights Reserved ©

Horror / Thriller

Chapter 1


The legend started in nineteen eighty. A group of kids wanted to stay the night in their high school. There were five students who thought that their night was going to be filled with fun memories to last a life time. What they didn’t know was that one of them would end up killing all of them.

That night on October 20, 1980 a group of friends stayed the night at their high school. That night there were deathly screams that echoed through the hall ways. Only one student survived, his name was Theodore. The rumors to this day say at night when the janitor cleans the halls of the school says you can still hear the deathly screams of the students that begged for mercy. Or on every October 20, on the anniversary it’s told Theodore comes out to play and waits for students to visit the school at night.
People say Theodore was a sweet kid. Made straight A’s in school, never got into trouble. One kid from the class of Nineteen eighty had spoken up about Theodore, they said after that incident he went to a mental institution. It was only a few days until they found Theodore in his room dead.
No one really knows what happened to Theodore, was it depression? Was it something else. To this very day no one knows.

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