1 de noviembre

El 1 de noviembre los cristianos conmemoran Todos los Santos, una festividad que se celebra desde  el siglo IX. Fue el Papa Gregorio IV  quien la instauró para honrar una costumbre que había comenzado con la Gran Persecución de Diocleciano, cuando el número de mártires  fue tan grande que no se podía celebrar su aniversario de forma individual. El día elegido por la iglesia cristiana coincidió con el Samhain (fin del verano), el primer  día del año celta, una jornada de transición de una estación a otra y de un mundo a otro. El samhain es el rito pagano que da origen a Halloween o Noche de las Brujas, cuando los muertos pueden caminar entre los vivos y desatar el terror.. y la imaginación

El instituto celebra su particular Halloween con un concurso de relatos de terror, Halloween Competition, que este año tuvo como ganadores  a Yago Carreño, de 1º B ESO y Cristina Baeza, de 2º BHCS.

 

 

RELATO DE YAGO CARREÑO

The doorbell rang. It was late but after all, it was Halloween’s night so I didn’t think twice and went to open the door. It was the night of skeletons, pumpkins, ghosts and goblins so I was not surprised to see a strange figure dressed like a ghost knocking, waiting. I thought he wanted candy but the truth was (….)

……that he didn’t want trick-or-treating. The mysterious figure was dressed as a ghost but he was a real murderer. He wanted to kill me! He came in and closed the door immediately. He carried a large knife and he was ready to attack. I didn’t know what to do. I was scared but I had good reflexes.
Suddenly it hit him and then the assassin lost his weapon. At the end, the police arrived and listened to my story.
-“It’s prison for you!” said a policeman to the killer.
After a long day, it was time to go to bed. Halloween was over.

 

 

RELATO DE CRISTINA BAEZA

The doorbell rang. It was late but after all, it was Halloween’s night so I didn’t think twice and went to open the door. It was the night of skeletons, pumpkins, ghosts and goblins so I was not surprised to see a strange figure dressed like a ghost knocking, waiting. I thought he wanted candy but the truth was (….)

(…) that when I went to open the door, nobody was waiting outside so I came into my house again and I thought that everything had been a children’s joke but after a few seconds, I heard a big noise on the second floor and I ran to see what had happened. Everything was perfectly in place, there was nothing to fear, it was only my imagination!
Hours after I decided to go to sleep but there was something that held me. I noticed a presence around me. I was afraid since I was alone. I decided to turn on the lights to see what was happening in my room and suddenly, I saw a shadow going through the walls of my room while making strange noises. I left as quickly as possible from my house and fled away, not knowing where and not knowing what to do with the presence that lived in my house.
Sometimes I keep noticing that scary thing around me

 

Por otra parte el alumnado de Plástica de la sección bilingüe preparó una exhibición de trabajos sobre casas embrujadas que se pudo ver en el aula de Plástica y en los pasillos del IES. Como podéis ver son “terroríficas”. ¡Buen trabajo, chavales!


Deja un comentario

Tu dirección de correo electrónico no será publicada. Los campos obligatorios están marcados con *