Welcome back to my continuation of the three-part story of “Halloween”! I hope that all of you had a great Halloween yesterday. I trick-or-treated as Kylo Ren this year in celebration of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. I went with my friends, who dressed up as Thor (the Avengers: Age of Ultron version) and a teacup. My one friend made her teacup cardboard costume all by herself! It was really neat.
I’m going to jump right into this post, if you don’t mind. I received a comment from Maud that featured a pretty cool theory about who Master is. She said that she believes Master to be Chucky the Doll, because Child’s Play released in 1988. That’s an interesting theory that could be true. We’ll see!
I promise that Master will be revealed either today or tomorrow . . . I haven’t decided yet. I usually just make up my stories as I type them. If you want to see the actual comments, just go to my post that I published yesterday and look under “Comments”. They should be there!
And now, for the continuation of “Halloween”. Lights, camera, action!
Back at Eerie Estate, Master led Count Dracula into his throne room, which was made of all gold. There were several cages lined up in two separate columns; there were four cages in each column. There were six different monsters in them, as two of them were empty. Well, at least appeared to be empty.
The Invisible Man was sitting in the seventh cage. He felt absolutely horrible. He had the chance to defeat Dracula a year ago. He and Dracula had had a vicious fight on top of Marius the Dragon, one in which Invisible could’ve possibly beaten the vampire and saved all the monsters from harm.
But now there was nothing he could do about it. He was trapped in a cage with the rest of his friends, awaiting inevitable doom, not knowing what could possibly come next. The strange thing was that all of the monsters also trapped in the cages had been disintegrated by either Lord Dreadful or Dracula – Frankenstein, Witch Miriam, the Werewolf Man, Jack O’Lantern, and Skeleton had all suffered the consequences. How could they be there in the room with Invisible? It seemed very peculiar. He couldn’t ask them how they weren’t dead, because if he did, Master would lift up his cage and fling it across the room with his telekinesis. The one other person who was like Invisible and hadn’t been disintegrated was Wizard Marius. He had been turned into a dragon by Dracula through torture.
Master said to Dracula, “Drac, you seem to have been disobeying me lately. And I gotta say . . . I HATE IT! If you keep up your ranting and disrespect towards me . . . I’M GONNA LOSE IT, I TELL YA!” Master suddenly threw a large chair at the wall, which damaged the chair greatly.
Dracula wasn’t surprised by his master’s overreaction. The only reason Dracula was following Master as one of his fellow monster helpers was because he knew that Master was crazy. And he was going to use that to his advantage to overtake Master.
Over on Elm Street, Slappy the Dummy, Michael Myers, and some Body Squeezers marched down to Freddy Krueger’s house. Slappy knocked on the door three times and waited for Freddy to answer. After about ten seconds, the door cracked open just a few inches.
“Who are you and why are you here?” Freddy asked through the door.
Slappy, being the only one of the group who could talk (or wanted to talk, at least), explained to Freddy, “Hello, Mr. Krueger. I’m Slappy the Dummy, this” – he gestured to Michael – “is Michael, and these” – he pointed to the Body Squeezers – “are my Body Squeezers. Your name came up when I was talking to Chucky the Doll . . . you two know each other, don’t you?”
Freddy opened the door a little wider so Slappy and the others could see his face. “Why don’t you come in?”
Slappy, Michael, and the Body Squeezers started to enter Freddy’s house, but Slappy turned to two of the seven Body Squeezers and muttered to them, “Stay out here in case anybody else tries to come in.”
Freddy’s house was very nice and luxurious. It had two living rooms, a family room, two dining rooms, four bathrooms, four bedrooms, two kitchens, as well as a basketball court and home theater in the downstairs. Freddy invited Slappy, Michael, and the five Body Squeezers into his living room on the middle level. All sat down. There was strange silence for about twenty seconds until Freddy broke it.
“So, Slappy, tell me a bit about what Chucky had planned.”
Slappy replied, “Well, Chucky had this very impressive idea that we could bring every villain from Halloween movies into to the present day, right here in New York City. He said that you could maybe help us.”
Freddy seemed interested. “And how exactly are you going to do this?”
Slappy said, “Well, it’s pretty simple, really. Except . . . I can’t tell you. It’s very confidential.”
Freddy turned suspicious. “How do I know that you’re serious, then?”
Slappy smartly responded, “Have you looked around in your living room? I’ve recruited Michael Myers and a bunch of Body Squeezers for what? A joke?!” He laughed hysterically.
Freddy took a minute until he responded. “I’m in, but under one condition. We don’t bring back Jason Voorhees. He’s my WORST ENEMY!”
Slappy seemed disappointed by this. “Mr. Krueger, we need everyone we possibly can . . . including Jason Voorhees. Do you understand?”
Freddy quickly became more threatening. He stood up and walked towards Slappy, resting his metal claw on Slappy’s shoulder. “You fool. You think you can just walk into my house and demand anything of me?! Get out, now!”
Slappy stood up and tried to calm Freddy down. “Now listen, Freddy –” But he couldn’t finish his sentence before Freddy grabbed him with his metal claw and flung him across the room. Slappy hit a wall and fell to the floor. Michael and the Body Squeezers instantly leapt to their feet. Michael took his butcher knife out of his pocket and attempted to knife Freddy, though Freddy blocked it with his claw and tried to slash Michael, though Michael blocked the blow as well. Freddy was then able to cut Michael’s mask with his claw. Michael took a moment to recover, and when he looked back at Freddy, his mask had been cut, exposing part of his face. Terrified, Freddy rapidly kicked Michael back. Michael was kicked back with such force that he landed on a table and crashed into a lamp.
The Body Squeezers started to freeze Freddy, but he blocked it with his arm, though costing him his right arm to become frozen. Freddy quickly took his other arm (which had his metal claw attached to his hand), and stabbed his metal claw through one Body Squeezer. Using his metal claw, he lifted up the Body Squeezer and threw it at another, knocking out the second Body Squeezer and leaving three left. Two of the remaining Body Squeezers both fired their freeze weapons at Freddy. He was thrown back by the force, but kept forging forward at the Squeezers. He took his metal claw and slashed it across both of them, rendering both of them defeated. The final Body Squeezer that was present in the house started to raise his weapon at Freddy, but Slappy quickly stopped him. “No,” he said, standing up from where he had been thrown, “don’t freeze him.”
All the lights in the room suddenly went black, and flickered back on about two seconds later. Slappy had disappeared from his original position and reappeared on Freddy’s head. Freddy screamed, and attempted to get Slappy off his head, but Slappy kicked Freddy in the face, causing him to fall to the ground. He then ripped the metal claw off Freddy’s hand, and placed it on his own.
“Get away from me!” Freddy yelled. “You’re just a stupid . . .”
“Don’t say it,” warned Slappy.
“. . . idiotic . . . “
“Don’t say it!” repeated Slappy.
“. . . dummy!”
“You said it!” screamed Slappy. He stabbed Freddy with the metal claw, and flew him out the nearest window. Freddy screamed as he fell down, down, down. . . . And then he stopped screaming. Slappy took a minute to himself, then said to Michael and the last Body Squeezer left, “Come on. We have work to do.”
In Central Park, the Addams Family was still roaming around, looking at all that New York City had to offer.
“What an eccentric place, I do say,” said Gomez.
“Why doesn’t anybody have crossbows?” Wednesday asked her mother, Morticia.
“Oh, Wednesday,” Morticia replied, “can’t you see? These people are poor, helpless individuals who simply don’t have the money to buy a crossbow.”
“But everyone should have a crossbow,” said Wednesday, completely shocked.
“What are these strange rectangular devices that everyone has in their hands? Are they staring into these people’s souls?” Grandma wondered aloud.
“Ooh! Look at these odd pieces of wrapped plastic!” Fester hollered at the others. He had stolen some candy from a crying child.
“Should we be scared of these people? They seem different,” said Pugsley.
“Oh, Pugsley, my good boy, no, we should not be ‘scared’ of these people. They are too helpless to do anything to us,” answered Gomez.
“Weirdos,” said Lurch very slowly. Thing pointed at Lurch to show that he agreed.
At Eerie Estate, Master was still talking to Dracula about how the Count should respect him more.
“Ya see here, Drac, I told ya when you decided to help me that you gotta listen to what I say. And guess what you’ve been doing? You’ve been DISOBEYIN’ ME! Yer kinda KILLIN’ ME HERE, DRAC!” Master screamed at Dracula. Dracula was becoming very, very irritated indeed. As Master kept on ranting about Dracula, the blood-sucking vampire noticed that Wizard Marius’ cage was empty. He flew over to the empty cage and peeked inside. Nobody was in there.
“Hey, Drac? Whatcha doin’? Flyin’? THAT’S MY JOB!” Master jumped over to where Dracula was. He, too, realized that Marius was missing.
“Hmm,” Dracula thought, “where could he have gone?” Suddenly, Master dropped to the floor face-up. Behind him stood Wizard Marius, who had also stood up to Dracula last year.
“The Paralyzing Spell. You should really learn it, ‘Drac’,” said Marius proudly. He then used another spell to unlock all the other monsters from their cages without even having to touch the imprisonments. Master said from the ground, “Don’t let the monsters get away!” But since he couldn’t speak very well due to the fact that he was paralyzed, it was hard to understand him.
Just as Dracula was about to stop all the monsters from escaping, Jack Skellington burst open a door and ran into the room. “Dracula! I need to talk to you immediately!”
“Not now!” yelled Dracula as he flung spells at monsters left and right.
Jack didn’t care about this. He quickly warned Dracula, “There’s Halloween villains all over the city! Slappy did it! He brought all the Halloween villains to NYC!”
Dracula stopped cursing monsters and listened to Jack for a moment. “Wait, what?!”
Jack explained, “Chucky the Doll told Slappy the Dummy to bring all the villains from Halloween movies here, right in New York City. Well, he did it! I don’t know how, but he did!”
Dracula suddenly had a thought. “If Chucky and Slappy are responsible for this, we need to suck all the blood from their bodies! Where are they?”
“Well, they’re actually toys, so they don’t have any blood in their bodies, but I saw Slappy outside with Michael Myers and some Body Squeezers. I have no idea where Chucky is though,” elaborated Jack.
Dracula then realized. He looked at Master on the ground. “I know where Chucky is. He’s right here on the ground. Chucky is Master!” he theorized.
Instantly after that, something crashed through the roof and into the estate. It was Pennywise the Dancing Clown. He turned to Dracula. “Well, well, well, Count. Long time, no see!”
Sorry, but I gotta go now! Come back tomorrow for part three — the final part — of Halloween!
Whiz Kid out