is it horrifying? A lot of American culture has a lot of taboos. Tattoos have become more popular then what it use to be, but it's still taboo especially for most American businesses. Dog eating or even eating a cat is taboo because as Americans we view those animals as our pets and companions. Killing children is a taboo, innocents must be protected. So could it be possible to write a story about one of these taboos to scare people? I was thinking about it, but what about the dog napper. We love and adore our dogs to bits. We buy them clothes, give them food, and hand them over tons of affection. We call them our children and we love them like human children. But what if your dog was taken away. What if someone gave you a flyer told you they were a dog walking service and you trusted them. They took your dog for a walk and never saw them again. You don't know who took your dog and you don't know what is happening to your dog. The dog nappers themselves take your precious pet and make him their dinner. Would that scare anyone? Would that be a good horror? Or how about, a young child a murder. A young child goes around the schoolyard and neighborhood killing his classmates and his peers. His parents have no clue, the neighborhood has no clue. They expect it to be a man bigger scarer, and in the end it's a child who has the friendliest smile and the happiest personality. Would that be scary?