Today, another Tumblr-meme. A list of Halloween themed questions – which seem appropriate given that its mid-October. Right? Whee!
Let’s dig in and see what *BOO!* I have in-store.
- What’s your favourite scary movie or story?
- Favourite horror or Halloween-themed song?
- What are some things you’re most afraid of?
- Does anything creep you out but in a good way?
- Name something you wouldn’t want to run into down a dark alley or in an abandoned building.
- Favourite horror monster or villain?
- Do you believe in ghosts?
- The creepiest thing that’s ever happened while you were alone?
- What’s the best Halloween costume you’ve ever seen or worn?
- Best Halloween experience?
- Ever been to a haunted house?
- What about a cornfield maze?
- If you were dared to spend the night in a “haunted house”, would you do it?
- Have any specific Halloween traditions?
- Are you superstitious?
That’s impossible. I love scary movies and stories. Right now, I’m totally into “The Walking Dead” (like most of America) and so that’s probably my choice for the moment.
The “Halloween” theme song gives me chills to this day.
Failure. Death. Snakes. My teeth falling out. Mushrooms growing out of my flesh.
Of course – that’s why I dig horror movies!
Illithids. Beholders. My ex-fiance.
I want to say no, but then again – I am fairly sure I used to hear my Great-Grandmother rocking upstairs in her chair when I lived in the Thorp Farmhouse (when she was long dead and the chair was long gone).
See previous question. Also, the time I thought (as a small – say, 8 years old – child) I saw a serial murderer/arsonist as my sister and our friend, Shelly, and I walked through the recently burned down wildlands behind our house. We FUH-REAKED the eff out – totally mental psych-out.
…uh, witch? Repeatedly as a child. Or um… a zombie one year.
Most years, as a kid, dressed up and getting candy.
Yes! They’re fun and scary and horrible and awesome! I want to go to one this year, but we probably can’t afford it.
Yes, but not a scary one.
Uhhh, is there a million bucks cash in it for me? Like in “House on Haunted Hill”?
We used to carve pumpkins every year. Make roasted pumpkin seeds. Pass out candy. Dress-up. Mark and I don’t do any of that. We always talk about “doing it right this year” but we never quite manage it. It’ll be different once we have kids.
A little more than I’d like to be. Hah!
Note: Image is “halloween night” by (nvadim) from SXC.hu