The use of switching from Wide shots to Big close ups in Ghost Stories help to really isolate the characters in the scene. It makes the audience realise the space of the setting and makes the audience expect the horror to come out… but it doesn’t. This is a good example of how misleading expectations can create the horror through suspense. The horror aspect is normally not from the jump scares but more from the expectation from the jump scare. The fact that the audience know something horrific is lurking in the dark of the setting makes this expectation bigger with the Wide shot revealing there is nothing their only adding to the increasing suspense of the scene.