Mic is left on and comments from fox news team can be heard about 3 teens who died in a car crash.
The 2009 Teen Death Awards take a surprising turn.
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Young Adult horror anthology series, in the tradition of R.L. Stine's Fear Street and Haunting Hour
Mary and her friends went cruising one night in Fox Street, just to check out if stories about it being haunted by the ghosts of witches were true. She runs over a fox. Since then, strange and bad things started happening to her, like other kids ending up dead
Peter sneaks out of his house one night to go to a bar called The Owl, just to meet much older women. He meets Elizabeth, a woman he thinks he's in love with. But there is something strange about Elizabeth, something not quite right
Kim has dreams of being a gypsy in a past life. She also dreams that she was the prisoner of a young Nazi officer. One day at school, she sees her former tormentor from her previous life
Chris moves into a new house, that is rumored to be haunted. One evening, he wakes and finds out that he had been chatting with a girl online. The problem is he has no recollection how he ended up chatting with her, but he still wants to meet her. The question is - who is this strange girl?
Halloween is coming soon, and Sean and James are fed up with going to the same Halloween parties every year. Lucky for them, a girl dressed up as Red Riding Hood slips them a note. On the positive side, there is a Halloween Party that they'd just been invited to. On the negative, it happens to be in Fox Street aka The Witch's Street, where strange and bad things happen
100 Teens Gather in Washington, D.C. for State FarmÂ® Youth Summit to Develop Real Solutions That Can Reverse the Trend of Teen Deaths on the Road
The equivalent of a classroom of teens dies each day in vehicle crashes. State FarmÂ® is asking young drivers to take the wheel in helping prevent teen fatalities on the road. As part of the first-ever National Teen Driver Safety Week, Oct. 15-19, 100 teens from coast to coast are convening in Washington, D.C. today for a State Farm student-led youth summit to talk about real solutions that can change driving behaviors and help save lives. The young drivers will take the findings back to their communities to activate best practices.
State Farm and The Children's Hospital of PhiladelphiaÂ® actively joined U.S. Rep. Charlie Dent (R-PA) in his push for a National Teen Driver Safety Week. Held the third week of each October, it encourages parents, young drivers, lawmakers and educators to work together to change risky driving behaviors and help save lives. Congressman Dent and U.S. Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA) joined with more than 50 co-sponsors on June 6, 2007 to introduce the bipartisan resolutions in Congress to create the week.