It’s Party Time!

This is it, my loves.  The day we’ve all been waiting and preparing for.  It’s finally Halloween!  The pumpkins are carved, the costumes made, and the candy has been bought, eaten, and bought again!  It’s time to celebrate!

Today we’ve got your Halloween music needs covered with a couple of streaming radio stations, and one live show that’s sure to be amazing!

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Halloween and the Real Witch

Everyone knows that witches in all their forms are a huge part of Halloween.  We dress in witch costumes, serve cookies and cakes shaped like witch hats at our parties, and decorate our houses and yards with them.  And late on Halloween night, we scare ourselves with movies about them. They are a much beloved and historical part of almost every Halloween celebration.

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31 Days Of Halloween…Day 14…Haunted Attractions

ENTER IF YOU DARE ..

Welcome to day 14 of 31 Days of Halloween!

October is such a busy month, what with all the Halloween prep.  There’s cookies to bake, candy to buy, and so much to do in setting up our celebrations, that sometimes you just wanna take a stroll or a nice ride, and let someone else do the scaring for you.

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Check Out Some Hauntingly Good Classics…

shallow graves presents the 31 days of halloween

Halllooooooo!  Our apologies for being a bit late this evening.  Welcome to 31 Days of Halloween.  It’s day 5 and have we got something special!  Today’s link is going to sink you right up to your neck in a playlist of 7 chilling films from 1969-1988.  We’ve got The Lady in White, Diary of a Madman, Dracula (1977), Horror Express, The Reincarnation of Peter Proud, Night of the Living Dead, and The Picture of Dorian Gray.  We hope you enjoy them!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E-oZjvsn7Dc&list=PLH5nSRlcn4vUFARDpkdE7NdcXbGSU9yzs

 

The Vampire Ghosts of New England.

Have you ever heard the tale of Mercy Brown…

Mery Brown Exeter, RI vampire

In the late 1700s and through the late 1800’-s, many people in New England believed in vampires. So strong was this idea that several people were exhumed by their loving relatives and “killed” again, because they were thought to have turned into the un-dead. Today there are people who believe that the ghosts of these alleged vampires now haunt the cemeteries they were buried in. And they say they have proof!

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