Friday, October 1, 2010

Countdown to Halloween 2010 Opening Ceremonies

The blog is back!!  Hiatus is over, and I'm so thrilled to return I could SCREAM!  HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!

To my regular readers, thank you for being so patient during my absence.  The break was necessary, but I'm rested and ready to go!  And for new readers to the blog, welcome!  Please feel free to peruse my archives and get acquainted with me.  I hope you stay around long after the countdown.

The countdown, of course, is the Countdown to Halloween!  This was a huge success for the blog last year, and I'm honored and proud to take part again.  I'll be posting Monday through Friday, taking a rest on the weekends, so please check in as often as you can.  Some blogs have specific themes to their countdown posts, but I just go freeform, posting anything related to Halloween, horror, or just plain spookiness.


Be sure to check out the many other great blogs sharing Halloween goodness as well.  It's an autumn cornucopia of blogitude!
 
Enough chitchat, it's time to get right to it.  Here, without further comment, are some warmup clips to get you into the spirit, what I like to call the Opening Ceremonies.  Let the 2010 Halloween season officially begin!



2 comments:

Wendy the (Very) Good Witch said...

And Happy October to you! The perfect month to return to the blogosphere. And I can HIGHLY recommend a trip to New England. Just do it, as the Nike ad says.

Seeing Alice Cooper there reminds me of being a kid. My brother was 5 years older than I, and he a teenager when Alice was all the rage. But when I saw him in a photo, he scared me. (There was something evil looking about his eye make-up.) And my brother would tell me horrifying things about him to try and scare me even more.

There was this old house nearby when we would drive somewhere with Mom, and he had me convinced that it was Alice Cooper's house...ha! (As if he really lived right there in town, but I believed him.) It was scary looking, and knowing that Alice Cooper lived in there made it all the more terrifying! I was SUCH an easy target as a child, and my brother took full advantage of my naivety and huge imagination...ha! Evoking fear in me was his favorite pastime...ha! Your clip reminded me of that. :o)

Phillyradiogeek said...

Thanks Wendy. Big brothers have a way of doing that :) I have two of my own, and I'm a big brother to my younger sister, so I know the drill.

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