"Halloween Macabre" (AKA "H-A-double L-O-W-double E-N Spells Halloween") - Kay Lande and Wade Denning
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lillithpanda said: You account is awesome! Do you have a list of classic halloween songs?
Thank you! I really want to share and inspire with all the wonderful Halloween things that I love so much. There are so many good songs I could list, but to keep with the vintage/retro theme here are a few online mix resources: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5BBF24A82D8B765E , http://www.aquariumdrunkard.com/category/halloween/ , http://8tracks.com/skeletonswans/have-yourself-a-spooky-retro-halloween , http://8tracks.com/ladyofthecanyon/it-was-a-graveyard-smash , http://8tracks.com/lovelypop/a-halloween-treat , http://crusssst.tumblr.com/post/65519216832 , http://youtu.be/1O1tx-Q9C_Y For more atmospheric/ambient/classical I recommend playlists like : http://8tracks.com/feenixfly/a-stroll-in-the-dark , or if you enjoy a more post punk mix : http://postpunk.tumblr.com/post/11650934565/suicidewatch-a-rock-n-roll-halloween-playlist , or anything from the user suicidewatch is good too :)
Anonymous said: Scary books
Ghostly Tales and Eerie Poems-Edgar Allan Poe, Bloodcurdling Tales of Horror and Macabre-H.P Lovecraft, The Homecoming or Something Wicked this Way Comes-Ray Bradbury, Gothic Tales-Elizabeth Gaskell, Masterpieces of Terror and Supernatural-Marvin Kaye, The Haunted Looking Glass-Edward Gorey, Jane Emily-Patricia Clapp, A Gift of Magic-Lois Duncan,The Woman in Black-Susan Hill, Ghost Stories of Edith Wharton-Edith Wharton, Haunted Heartland-Beth Scott, Ghost Story-Peter Straub.
For the young at heart:
Wait till Helen Comes-Mary Downing Hahn, Scary Stories to tell in the Dark-Alvin Schwartz, We Have Always Lived in the Castle-Shirley Jackson, The Monkey’s Paw and Other Tales…-W.W Jacobs, Christopher Pikes Tales of Terror-Christopher Pike, Scary Stories for Halloween Nights-C.B Colby, A Newbery Halloween…-Martin H. Greenberg, Through the Woods-Emily Carroll, Thirteen O’clock and other Stories-Enid Blyton, The Witches-Roald Dahl, Ghosts I have Been-Richard Peck, The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy…-Tim Burton.
The King Sisters- It’s Halloween (1965)