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Halloween Props

Postby Rebel » Wed Oct 08, 2014 5:18 am

I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Halloween esp. The Day Of The Dead .just bought a cool prop a skeleton dog on a leash. check out grandinroad. 8)
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Re: Halloween Props

Postby hopesfall » Wed Oct 08, 2014 7:47 am

I just checked out their site, and that dog looks great! I could imagine having something like that out on my front lawn. :lol:

I wish people went as crazy for halloween here in the UK as they do in the states. I remember being in Florida for halloween as a kid, and it was like being on the set of a movie. I was fascinated. Over here, people do go mad for it in some places but it's generally not too much of a big deal. Parents don't feel as easy letting their kids out to go trick or treating like they did when i was young too.

I always try to make a deal of it. I get loads of sweets and treats in for the door-knockers, and i like to put a few things up in the window, etc. I rarely get dressed up though unless someone throws a big party, although if i did, i'd love to do something old-school and handmade, like the ones in that Haunted Air picture book (which coincidentally has a foreword by Lynch).
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Re: Halloween Props

Postby Rebel » Thu Oct 09, 2014 9:15 pm

yes, here lots of people dress in cool halloween costumes, I mentioned years ago, about kids with the parents ,drove around in a limo, they were dressed as the band KISS,very cool! 8)
glad ya mentioned that book,seen it online at barnes and noble.will buy it for sure.
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Re: Halloween Props

Postby Rebel » Wed Nov 04, 2015 4:54 pm

Well, I finally ordered the book Haunted Air yesterday.YAY! :)
also bought 4 more books The Witches, The Autobiography of Jack The Ripper, They All Love Jack, and The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow, also a gift from my friend,yepper! another book, Villisca.

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