The Shack is a stupid story about a young girl who finds a broken-down old hut while out playing in the woods one day.
There was a young girl who lived with her parents. One day, her father quit his job and the family moved into a small cottage in the woods. The girl went exploring in the woods one day and saw a little tin shack. As she got closer she could see that the shingles on the roof were falling off and the wall of the house was crumbling and decaying. Only the windows were still intact, but they were all covered with black cloth. The door was scratched and dented and it made a strange creaking noise as she opened it.
When the girl stepped inside, she saw that the inside of the shack was completely bare except for a dust-covered heap on the floor. It was a rolled-up piece of carpet. She picked it up and blew the dust away. She unrolled the carpet and was surprised to find a framed picture.
It was a photograph of a man with dark, stringy red hair that went in all different directions. He had a crooked nose and small black eyes. His smile expressed so much evil that she dropped the picture. She turned around and was about to run out the front door when it closed with a bang. Behind it stood the man from the picture. He was tall and very thin. He still had that same horrible smile on his face.
The girl turned around to look at the picture but she noticed that there was nothing but an empty picture frame. She screamed and ran around the room, looking for an exit. Suddenly, she saw a back door. She ran towards the door, but when she got up close, she realised to her horror that it was just a picture of a door painted on the wall. She ran to the window but screamed when she pulled back the curtain and discovered it had been bricked up.
Then she noticed something about the man that she had not noticed before. In his hand, he was holding was a bloody dagger. The man smiled that same evil smile again and walked slowly towards the girl. He raised the dagger.
Nobody ever saw the girl again.