I made a video!

After listening to many stories from such YouTube channels as Dark Waters, Brenton Sawin etc., I was overcome with inspiration.
I just had to try it, so I did.
I chose to read the story of the Beast of Land Between the Lakes by Jan Thompson since it is creepy enough and long enough.

Keep in mind that English is not my native language, so ignore anything strange I might have said, lol.

 

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6 thoughts on “I made a video!”

  1. Bravo!
    I loved it. I love your accent…reminds me of my inlaws who grew up in Minnesota. Their parents came from Sweden and Norway.
    You have a lovely voice.
    I enjoyed your video very much.
    I appreciated that you didn’t use too many sound effects like some I’ve heard. 😉
    Too much of that takes away from the story telling…makes it cheesy, and distracting.
    I thought what you did was perfect…just enough to give you a feel of where you are in the story without over powering it.
    The only constructive criticism I have is that all of the audio was too loud in comparison to your voice.
    Other than that, I think you did a wonderful job!
    And I hope you do more.
    Blessings from Washington State, USA…land of Sasquatch 🙂

    1. Thank you Rain!!
      Yes, I was trying to avoid going cheesy with the sound effects.
      I noticed the audio in places was a bit too loud. Oh well, if I ever do this again I can watch for that.
      Thanks again! 🙂

  2. Very well done! And the only strangeness in language I noticed was when you said “corn pasture” instead of “corn field” – and THAT was actually a very charming phrase. I shared the YouTube link with a couple of my dogman groups on Facebook. I hope that was okay.

    1. That’s fine, thank you Ruth! And it actually does say corn pasture in the story: “I don’t remember sitting down but after about 15 minutes of this hushed stillness I found myself beside them both on the curb staring out at the darkness of the nearby corn pastures, letting my mind paint pictures of imaginary traumas.”
      Maybe it’s a Kentucky saying?

  3. Excellent job. English was perfect, BTW…As I’ve observed before. Overall great job and I hope this opens a whole different aspect of investigating this phenomena for you. Make More!

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