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Adventures of Slappy

Slappy: Tales of a Ventriloquist Dummy.

By Honor White AngelPublished 7 months ago 3 min read


Once upon a time, there was a mischievous ventriloquist dummy named Slappy. Slappy was a popular toy and was loved by children all over the world, but what most people didn't know was that he was alive and had a mind of his own.

Slappy loved to play pranks on people, especially his owner, a young boy named Billy. Billy had received Slappy as a birthday present and was thrilled to have him. However, things started to go wrong when Slappy began to take control of the household.

At first, it was just little things like moving objects around the room or making strange noises, but as time went on, Slappy's pranks became more dangerous. He would lock doors from the inside, trip people on the stairs, and even start fires.

Billy tried to tell his parents that Slappy was behind all the mischief, but they didn't believe him. They thought it was just a childish excuse for his own misbehavior.

One day, Billy had had enough. He decided to get rid of Slappy once and for all. He put the dummy in a box and took it to the attic, where he planned to leave it forever.

But as Billy was leaving the attic, he heard a voice behind him. It was Slappy, and he was angry. The dummy had come to life and was determined to get revenge on Billy for trying to get rid of him.

Slappy chased Billy around the attic, knocking over boxes and causing chaos. But just as Slappy was about to catch him, Billy had an idea. He grabbed a book called "The Dummy's Guide to Ventriloquism" and opened it to a page that read "How to Make a Dummy Go to Sleep."

Billy read the words aloud, and Slappy began to yawn. He fell to the ground and went limp. Billy quickly put the dummy back in the box and sealed it shut.

From that day forward, Slappy remained trapped in the attic, unable to cause any more trouble. Billy learned his lesson and never played with dangerous toys again.

Short Summary

Slappy is a mischievous ventriloquist dummy who comes to life and causes chaos in the household of his owner, Billy. Despite Billy's attempts to get rid of him, Slappy remains determined to get revenge. In the end, Billy uses a book to put Slappy to sleep and traps him in a box in the attic, where he can no longer cause trouble.

More about slappy

Slappy is a fictional character from R.L. Stine's Goosebumps series of children's horror books. He is a ventriloquist dummy who is given life through a magic spell, and he serves as the primary antagonist in several Goosebumps books, including "Night of the Living Dummy," "Bride of the Living Dummy," and "Slappy's Nightmare."

Slappy is known for his mischievous personality, his love of playing pranks and causing chaos, and his tendency to come to life and terrorize those around him. Despite his small size, Slappy is surprisingly strong and has been known to lock doors, trip people, and even start fires.

Over the years, Slappy has become a popular character in popular culture, appearing in movies, TV shows, and even in his own line of merchandise. He is widely regarded as one of the most iconic and recognizable characters in children's horror fiction, and his legacy continues to inspire new generations of fans.


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