After reading a chapter about the three act story structure, I was laying in my bed and I thought of this: 1. Everybody is having a nice day at the park. 2. Some kid shows up to the park and says that creepy stuff is happening in the park. 3. He plants evidence of stuff in the park that is creepy. 4. Some people get freaked out by the fake things happening and thinks the park is haunted. 5. Little by little, as news spreads, everybody starts freaking out. 6. One person tries to figure out what is going on, and witnesses the kid planting evidence. 7. He tries to convince everyone else that the park is not haunted but the kid is doing stuff to make it look like that. 8. He convinces enough people to go catch the kid red hanted. 9. When they catch the kid, he is doing another trick, but he doesn't look like himself. He looks like he is in a trance. 10. They confront him about planting evidence in the park and doing tricks.. 11. He realizes that he is being controlled by a ghost. As soon as he finds out, he forces the ghost out by sheer will power. 12. The ghost starts messing around with the park so that it really is haunted. 13. The ghost resembles the kids imaginary friend from long ago, and the kid realizes this. 14. Everyone else tries to tell the kid to stop believing in the ghost, so that maybe it will go away. 15. The kid tries real hard, and suddenly the haunting stops. 16. Everything is back to normal. No one hates the kid, and every body gets along in the park. Is this a legitimate plot for a story or is it dumb?