The Lovely Bones 9/3/14 Brief overview: My book was about a girl named Susie who was murdered by George Harvey. He lured her into his underground fort in the cornfield late after school. Susie’s parents tried everything trying to find her. The detectives then found out she was dead. Susie’s dad kept trying to figure out who her murderer was.
At the beginning of the film the husband and wife grieve about the lost of their child from a house fire and they are having a terrible time accepting the fact the child has deceased. In addition was their reasoning for renting the summer home because they had no place to live, although the story states that home was rented
He is a mean and uncaring person. He yelled at Bud for saying that he was Bud’s father. When Bud said he lived with a family that adopted him and he ran away from them, Herman just said we are sending you back to where you came from. The book takes place in 1936, in Flint, Michigan. Bud’s mother passed away in her sleep.
At last after entering Emily's house he is not seen again. The townsfolk assume Homer has finally left Emily and she retreats into seclusion. Many years later and after her death the townspeople enter Emily's house, discovering the corpse of Homer. Fearing abandonment it seems Emily murdered Homer and preserved his presence in her life. Freezing the change that threatened her way of life in an everlasting embrace.
Kemper’s mother had sent him to live with his grandparents because she was tired of his eccentric behavior. Edmund Kemper, seventeen at the time, decided to shoot his grand mother “just to see how it felt” and eventually shot his grandfather when he returned home. He was sent to a mental asylum later for his actions but proved to his psychologist, through assistant work and studies, that he was deemed normal enough for release including expunging his juvenile records. However, he was still fascinated with killer which began his murder campaign around the age of 24. Edmund worked for the department of transportation in Santa Cruz and began to pick up hitchhikers, bring them to deserted areas, and brutally rape and kill them.
Black Death A few days later William went to check on his neighbour . When he approached the house he heard coughing and his wife crying. He entered and he looked very ill. The next day he returned to his friend but there was no one there no him ,no wife, no children. Then they saw their son Charles being carried out dead, and in a wheel barrow they all lay The next day five more people from the village had died.
Gothic Peteredition ended in disaster. There were no traces of Jim and his men except for the man who gave the alarm, who was badly injured and rambled that the camp has been attacked by something terrible. Two nights later, after an intense dream, Peter manages to assemble the Orb. Peter visited Professor Jim's university in order to obtain more information of the Orb. The Orbs had been originally wielded by priests.
Twenty-eight years later One day he received a call from Sue that Sam needed his help in a situation that has occurred in Lake City. Tony never wanted to go back to his hometown but told Tony he would go and help in whatever he can. When Tony arrived to Lake City the first person he saw was Sue and was talking about how things have changed and how her husband Sam has been acting different with her. Sam talked to Tony about the accusation they made on him of killing one of the girls he coaches. The young girl name was Marcie Calder two days before her seventeenth birthday she was killed and she was pregnant.
Chris nervously interviews his neighbors, recording his findings in his book The Incident of the Dog in the Night-time. When Chris’s dad finds the book he takes it from Chris. In Chris’s attempt to find his precious journal he accidentally stumbles onto a mound of letters addressed to him from his supposedly dead mother, written to him after she had died. Coming to the realization that Chris’s dad had lied about his mom’s death Chris vomits and lays on the bed until his dad comes home. Ed, after realizing Chris had read the letters, tells Chris not only that he lied about his mother’s death, but that he was also the one who killed Wellington after a fight with Ms. Shears!
In these excerpts “The Story of an Hour” and “The Whirligig of Life,” both portray an ironic sense of insanity. “The Story of an Hour” describes the sequence of emotions that Mrs. Louise Mallard endures after hearing that her beloved husband died in a railroad disaster earlier that day. Then come to find out that Mr. Mallard wasn’t even anywhere near the accident, and he shows up at the house towards the end of the story. Then “The Whirligig of Life” informs us about a mountain couple that decides to divorce and the events that lead to their remarriage at the end of the story as told from the perspective of their judge. I personally enjoyed both stories because they were both somewhat dramatic, but in a different way.