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Evianna Wright
Opinion Columnist

Evianna Wright is a 16 year old girl who was born on Feb 26, 2006. She is a sophomore in Agua Fria, and this is her second semester in Journalism.  Evianna enjoys writing things down and finds it calming...

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Aaron Esquer
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New to the high school environment, Aaron Esquer’s first year here at Agua Fria is quite an experience and a huge change for this freshman. From being online in middle school to now finally learning...

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Scary Real Stories Overheard by Kids

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There is no mistake when saying horror in general attracts a wide audience, especially when these stories have happened. These stories tend to expand at a fast rate in the form of gossip. Therefore, it is not hard for kids to overhear these conversations and share them with some of their friends. Normal kid’s doings, but why should this be considered normal? Catastrophes happen all the time, some worse than what we could ever imagine. That is not something kids should be talking, and laughing with their friends about.

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As kids, we’ve all heard our parents talk about something sad. Something that gets us curious, for afterward just gets pushed away. That does not mean we did not try to overhear them and desire to share them with others to feel all grown up. As kids. we do not see anything wrong with it. Talking with friends about a girl who died so many years ago and who now hunts the girl’s bathroom. Some chests that had inside a corpse, were found underground a few centuries ago at the school playground. Or perhaps the story of the school being a cemetery before sounds more familiar. Kids are easy to fool, they believe in these stories without thinking much about it. As time, passes they realize the myths are not as believable as they thought they were. However, when you are a parent and hear your seven-year-old child talk about dead girls… I am sure they probably are having less fun than the kids.

Not only do these tales make adults uncomfortable when people around 5 times younger than them are sharing them, but they could also get kids in trouble at school. Even worse, they could also get kids in a rabbit hole. With easy and unsupervised access to the internet, it is not hard to find some actual real tragic events. Long videos summarizing the actions that lead to events, real footage, etc. All of it is just a search away. A search away from taking part of their innocence away. Something not too great when they grow up and see these types of actions as something not that bad. Because as a child nothing is that bad. And as we grow older sometimes those thoughts do not change, sticking with us for a very long time. Something bad. No parent wants their child to talk about disturbing events.

 

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