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Topic: Happy Halloween!
Message: Posted by: Regan (Oct 31, 2006 12:36PM)
Happy Halloween everyone!

The house is all decorated inside and out! The graveyard has about 15 tombstones. Two graves are fresh (something has already come out of one of them) and another grave is dug and uncovered....empty....for the time being. Regormortis is ready to walk the spooky grounds and welcome all the victi....visitors tonight!
Message: Posted by: Mystician (Oct 31, 2006 12:41PM)
Indeed.

However, I'm having a "bah humbug" kind of year.. :(
I guess that's bound to happen when you have a 5 year old though, I guess mommy's right, I don't want to scar the kid for life, or make him so terrified that he's turned off from Halloween forever.
Mark my words though, in a few years, the "King of Halloween" (in my area anyway ;) ) will be back with a bloodthirsty vengeance !!!!

:firedevil: :bat:
Message: Posted by: Gede Nibo (Oct 31, 2006 12:45PM)
Mystician

just don't do the DRAG SHOW again this year, and the Lad should be fine...







:)
Message: Posted by: Wolflock (Oct 31, 2006 03:12PM)
Happy Halloween All. I had a frightfully good night. Got to scare a few kids into tears with my horror make-up. Hope yours is as good as mine.

We took some photo's when we have them developed I will try to post a few here.

Regards
Wolflock
Message: Posted by: Jaz (Oct 31, 2006 04:03PM)
Boo!
Message: Posted by: Gede Nibo (Oct 31, 2006 04:12PM)
JAZ that's DOPE!!!!(SEE BELOW)

DOPE:(ADJ.) (DOH PE) EBONICS FOR "COOL" "RAD" "AWESOME".
Message: Posted by: sibbie (Oct 31, 2006 04:25PM)
Even the avatars go a little bizarre for Halloween!
Message: Posted by: Corona Smith (Oct 31, 2006 08:20PM)
No word from TurtleSkull Island on Isso's status as Minister of Information yet. Hail quota not reached. Things look grim.

H D X!

Corona
Message: Posted by: Margarette (Nov 1, 2006 10:10AM)
[quote]
On 2006-10-31 13:41, Mystician wrote:
Indeed.

However, I'm having a "bah humbug" kind of year.. :(
I guess that's bound to happen when you have a 5 year old though, I guess mommy's right, I don't want to scar the kid for life, or make him so terrified that he's turned off from Halloween forever.
Mark my words though, in a few years, the "King of Halloween" (in my area anyway ;) ) will be back with a bloodthirsty vengeance !!!!

[/quote]

Scar the kid for life? Hmm...wonder what that says about me. I've got my nine year old convinced his mother is half-vampire (that's why I can go into the sun and not worry), and that my dad is the full vampire in the family (why my son never sees him in the sun).

Margarette
Message: Posted by: Regan (Nov 1, 2006 10:44AM)
Well, it's over. I hope you all had a great Halloween. We did, but I am drained.

Now comes the scary part.....tearing down, packing, cleaning up, etc...


:)

Regan
Message: Posted by: Chad C. (Nov 1, 2006 11:57AM)
We had a great time, this is the first year we lived in a neighborhood where we actually had trick-or-treaters. I posted a similar story in the little darlings forum, but I will do so again here.

As the young ones come around the dark walkway towards the front of the house, they hear eerie, haunting music coming from up ahead. As they round the last curve in the pathway, they are met by a dark, still, faceless figure. Everyone freezes, yet their gazes are strangely held in place by the figure before them. The wary visiters now notice something moving in the spectre's hands, something long and smooth. The few brave souls that look closer see a live serpent crawling around the figure. Some of the young ones decide to back away, others continue slowly towards the Faceless One. As they approach, their courage is rewarded as the Faceless One slowly moves for the first time, frightening all those near, as it points towards the door that is slowly opening in front of them. A hauntingly beautiful enchantress comes slowly out of the door, bringing with her treats for the brave souls that have endured the evenings horror.

As the young ones recieve their treats, the Faceless One goes inside the darkened entrance way, and the little ones are encouraged by the Enchantress to peer inside. What they see is the dark figure holding the ends of an old battered table in the soft glow of many half-burned candles. As they watch, the table begins to slowly shake, then rises off the ground and seems to hover around the shadowy figure. All at once, the table flies towards the guests, and most back away trembling. But one or two manage to conquer their fear and are motioned to hold the ends of the cloth, and they witness the table rise once again as they hold onto it. After looking under the table and seeing that it is truly floating through the air, they witness the table suddenly leap into the air and the mysterious figure backs away to the darkest corner of the room, leaving the guests to go about their business on this most darkest of nights.

There you have it, feel free to go and see a few pictures I posted on my myspace site: http://www.myspace.com/chadcrewsmagic . Remember, the whole atmosphere is much more spooky and dark than in some of the pictures (we had the flash on the camera for many shots), but there are a few that are really cool looking. Needless to say, we had a blast and so did the trick-or-treaters!

Have a good day,
Chad
Message: Posted by: Mystician (Nov 1, 2006 06:09PM)
[quote]
On 2006-11-01 11:10, Margarette wrote:
[quote]
On 2006-10-31 13:41, Mystician wrote:
Indeed.

However, I'm having a "bah humbug" kind of year.. :(
I guess that's bound to happen when you have a 5 year old though, I guess mommy's right, I don't want to scar the kid for life, or make him so terrified that he's turned off from Halloween forever.
Mark my words though, in a few years, the "King of Halloween" (in my area anyway ;) ) will be back with a bloodthirsty vengeance !!!!

[/quote]

Scar the kid for life? Hmm...wonder what that says about me. I've got my nine year old convinced his mother is half-vampire (that's why I can go into the sun and not worry), and that my dad is the full vampire in the family (why my son never sees him in the sun).
Margarette
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But does your house look like this on Halloween ?
Mine did a few years ago. ;)
(I go by the nickname 'Desmodus' on most Halloween forums that I'm a member of)
[url]http://hauntspace.com/gallery/view/?ID=2876&CAT=Home%20Haunts[/url]
[url]http://hauntspace.com/profile.php?sub_section=pic&id=623&sub_id=2874[/url]
Message: Posted by: Margarette (Nov 1, 2006 07:57PM)
Wow! Kewl!! Since I live in an apartment now, I can't decorate the way I used to. I miss it!

Margarette
Message: Posted by: Wolflock (Nov 2, 2006 02:44AM)
Nice Chad.

Sounds Like the type of house I want to have. I wish I was in the US. Here in SA we have to look for places that celebrate. We got to decorate a shop but you cant get nice stuff to decorate with here. We get all the cheap Cr@p that makes it look like a party and not a haunt. One day...

Regards
Wolflock