Spend a night telling ghost stories
July 22, 2009
Gathering around a darkened room or in the backyard at night to tell ghost stories is a summer tradition for many people.
There's something about a quiet area and a low voice quietly telling a suspenseful story that is simultaneously frightful and exciting.
Though most people use a flashlight to light up the storyteller's face, why not change things with a glow necklace around the featured speaker?
Instead of a white light flashing in someone's face, a green tint of a glow stick or necklace may add that extra element to make the night scarier.
When sending the party invitations, make sure all the guests know it will be a night of telling ghost stories and that everyone should be prepared to tell one to the group.
If you happen to do this outside, and you suspect it may be hard to see to get back inside, consider using more glow sticks to hang near the door or by trees, both to ensure safety and to help you get back home.
And don't forget to include some snacks, since fear can really get some people's hunger going.