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DO NOT MAKE A BOX FORT AT 3AM! WE MADE A HAUNTED BOX FORT AND THIS IS WHAT HAPPENED....

Stephen Sharer, Carter Sharer and Lizzy Sharer have been woking hard on the huge surprise all day. It is now night time and is getting late. They decided to have some fun a build a box fort. Since it is October and only a few days until Halloween they decided to make a scary looking haunted box fort. Liz got to work on making the base of the house with two large cardboard boxes. Stephen then got a large piece to use for the roof. Carter and Liz taped it all together. Then Liz cut a door and a window. The box fort was complete and it looked like it was haunted. Carter then opened a box and pulled out a fog machine. The fog made things much more scary. Carter then realized that it was now 3am. Stephen challenged Carter to do the haunted box fort 3am challenge. Carter was brave and he climbed inside the box fort. There was a lot of fog and it was hard to see. Then Carter started to scream and yell and he came running out of the box fort. Carter said that it was super scary and that he saw something in the box fort. Next Liz and Stephen decided to go in the box fort and try the 3:00 am challenge. So they climbed in and at first everything was going well. Then all of a sudden they started to scream and the whole box fort started to shake and rumble. Liz came running out, Carter and Liz ran to get out of the basement. They quickly realize that Stephen was still left behind so they went back to get Stephen. Stephen was still inside the box fort and no where to be found. Comment #BoxFort and #3am if you loved this vlog.

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