Monday, 2 April 2012

KPE Episode 413: True Mystery Stories

Room 20 have kicked off the year for KPE with two of the Year 8 students creating a podcast of "True Mystery Stories" by Terry Deary. What makes people want to solve a mystery?  Cruz and Matthew R discuss this book which has seven short stories.

There are some things that can never be explained. Find out: how one woman checked into a Parisian hotel - and then disappeared?, why a flight never returned, with no sign of wreckage or survivors? & if the ghosts of Borley rectory can ever rest in peace? You will uncover some mysterious events from real life and decide what you think really happened.
Check out some of Cruz and Matthew's work from when they were much younger :)


  1. Hi guys,

    That sounds like a scary story there. I'll be so worried if my mothers gone.
    Well, you guy's done a very good job.

    KEEP IT UP GUY'S!!!!!

  2. Hey Mathew and Cruz,

    I have actually read that book and it has left me puzzled too. I would be really worried if everyone told me my mother didn't exist. What do you think happened to Mrs Greaves?

    Well keep up the great work!

  3. Kia ora Cruz and Matthew

    I think that your podcast was great. I really liked the way you used some good vocab like theory and premises etc. It was really good of you to leave a mystery so that people can be encouraged to read the book.

    Joshua V
    Room 21

  4. Hi Matthew R and Cruz,
    Really good podcast guys! I think that I would be too scared to read this book but it sounded like you had no problem. I would furious if they told me my mum didn't exist. Keep up the great Work!


  5. Hi Matthew & Cruz,
    Our whole class have just finished listening to your podcast, and it sound interesting. Congratulations on being the first podcast of the year! That book is very puzzling. I wonder what would happen if that's what happened to any of us...

    Nice Work!

  6. Kia Ora guys, nice podcast to kick off KPE for 2012. I am going to read the rest of that story. It really sounds like a mean story. I can't wait for my podcast.

    Keep up the good work.