Are You Scared? Why People Act Brave At Haunted Houses
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I remember growing up as a kid wanting to go to a Haunted House but my parents would always deny me my childhood scares. After I grew up a little and was willing to rebel against my parents I was able to go to a few Denver Haunted Houses. But I noticed something whenever I stood in line, and I bet if you go to any Haunted House in Denver you will find the same thing I found; Egos. What do I mean by Egos, well I mean those people who go to scary Haunted Houses only to prove they’re not scared. I’ve never understood why people would go to a place called Haunted, only to pretend it is not? I can picture boyfriends trying to prove they’re brave to their girlfriends, but please boys, your bravery is needed, your suspension of disbelief is needed. No one really believes when they walk into any of the Haunted Houses in Colorado they are actually in danger. So your bravery is falsely puffed up for a fake situation. So why go to a Haunted House pretending to be brave?
If you’re going to go to a Haunted House, go the only way that makes sense; for fun. Try to take the lead, or stay in the back, the middle of the group isn’t fun. But what makes a Haunted House really fun, ghost stories. Think about it when we sit around a camp fire, roasting marshmallows we have fun. But it isn’t till we start telling ghost stories that our joyous environment suddenly becomes spooky. So the trick to a fun trip to a Colorado Haunted House is ghost stories! A ghost story will prepare even the biggest ego for a good scare. When you’re with a friend and you know he or she is going to pretend to be brave, just start telling ghost stories. Tell them at home before you leave, tell them in the car, and tell them while in line. I guarantee you and your friends will take a simple trip to a Denver Haunted Houses, and you’ll feel hunted, so let’s just a call it a Hunted House. Do this and you’ll be running home scared!
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I remember growing up as a kid wanting to go to a Haunted House but my parents would always deny me my childhood scares. After I grew up a...