Thank you for joining our Halloween competitions. We had so much fun reading your Black Story results and getting your scary Halloween pictures.
The winners of the Black Stories have been selected and will be notified by email.
Here are the results for our Black Stories:
SOLUTION 1: The groom had resorted to silver rings in order to save money. As he was just about to put the ring on his bride’s finger, she got frightened and ran out of the Registry Office. The young vampire had never shown her true self to her husband.
SOLUTION 2: The young woman was caught by over-excited villagers on her way to the well. Since the Inquisition had accused her of being a witch, she was forced to demonstrate her alleged supernatural abilities. She did not survive the water test, but was acquitted after her death.
And last, but not least, here is the winning picture of the Photo Competition:
Dieser Artikel wurde am 31.October 2013 von mandy geschrieben.
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