People go to Scott land all the time just because of a monster in the lake named "nessie" Nessie is a creature that lived when the earth was changing, most likely a dinosaur that adapted to water. It is possible for a mammal to adapt to water. As long as they go in the water take a deep breathe for at least twenty minutes then come back up. Mammals have to do that for a least a billion years. Then it will become a sea creature. That's just a theory though. It may or may not be true. Do you believe?
one day at a McDonalds a women came to the counter to order 20 Mcnuggets. she got them, payed, then head on out to her car. she was driving and she open the box of nuggets she screamed then her car crashed into a tree. later when the cops came they started to search her car. then they found the box of nuggets. one nugget look weird. it was not a nugget it was a chickens head. it was deep fried and cooked. someone must of put it in the deep fryer and cooked it, but the others did not see it. the women died in the crash.
so there is this guy and his wife were at home one day. so some teens were hanging out at one of there houses. so one teen went outside and heard the wife scared from her house. the teen goes in to tell his buds about the house and tells the others that he heard some one crying from the house next to them. so they go to the house next to them to check it out. but there was no sign of the guy and his wife anywhere. they think it was just some joke. they left the house and went back to there house. there faces turn to shock when they found a guy cutting the guy and his wife's neck open. then one...
Whether or not you believe in ghosts, there are some places in which none of us would want to spend a night. These places have well earned their reputations as being so creepy, tragic or mysterious that they definitely qualify as "haunted."