Ok, let’s get to it, as today is Halloween.
We have you covered with our Old World origins of The Spooky Holiday Trifecta, Oct. 31 – Nov. 2
Want To Get Out On Halloween?
Haunted Houses.com helps you find both Halloween Haunted Houses in your area, and real Haunted Houses plus Ghost Tours. (It can take awhile to load, FYI)
Are you near Sleepy Hollow, New York? If so, check out our recent post on the Horseman’s Hollow
And if you’d like some history on the Headless Horseman, see our “The Legend Of Sleep Hollow” That link also has other links to other great Halloween attractions in that area.
For those of you based in Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley:
Want To Keep It Real And Spooky?
These below should satisfy your ghost hunting needs. There are numerous sub links in the post and in the links. If you can’t find a ghost here, then chances are they might be on extended vacations, community service, etc. But it’s Halloween, so they’ll be there. This is their time, when the veil between the spirit world and ours is said to be at its thinnest.
Want To Stay Home This Halloween?
See our World of The Worlds post, where you can learn about Orson Welles’ spine-tingling 1939 broadcast that caused a real panic, and listen to it.
NASA recently released Spooky and Creepy Radio Recording From Outer Space just for Halloween
Lighter Spooky Film: Retro Dark Shadows remake is worth seeing for the vamps and the spooks
Need Some Halloween Music?
We definitely have you covered here:
This one is a special favorite of ours, Louis Armstrong and Mickey Mouse in a very, very, spooky and haunted house! You’ll also get the history behind this 1950’s creation. FYI, it a very addicting watch!
MSN’s has posted Top 5 Songs For Halloween
Have fun this Halloween, and don’t forget A Spooky Call To Action: Share Your Experiences With Us
From those of us at Spooky Things Online, a most Happy Halloween!