Nightmare Persuasive Essay

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Halloween conjures up our fears and phobias. Have you noticed how eerie it can be at night - a "lonely" night or a night that would be ideal for a horror movie! Have you noticed how the best horror movies feast on your imagination, it's so dark you can't see anything but the music and atmosphere it creates, for example, hearing footsteps following the future victim and as the "victim" hurries, the footsteps behind hurry too and you, the viewer, can feel your heart racing and feeling the fear - all with the build up from your imagination.

What is fear? Fear is False Expectations Appearing Real. It is the unknown rather than the reality that frightens.

With hypnosis you can learn to overcome your fear whether it is the dentist, flying,

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