Night of the Howling Dogs - Chapters 10 - 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 10 - 12 Summary

The boys are sitting around a campfire. Reverend Paia is going to tell them some spooky stories. But Louie, not participating, is obstinately throwing his hunting knife into the trunk of a palm tree. Dylan marvels at Louie's skill and Reverend Paia wants to reprimand Louie but feels it's not his place since Mr. Bellows, not present at the fire, is in charge.

Mr. Bellows returns and orders Louie to join the group around the fire. The Reverend launches into a spooky story about the "night marchers," based on an old Hawaiian legend. The boys are buying into it and they're scared—except for Louie, of course. "Who knows what's going on around us that we can't see?" Dylan thinks. "This place could be crawling with spirits." He looks up at Pu'u Kapukapu and shivers.

That night Dylan is awakened...

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