Friday, 12 October 2018

Miscellany of Horror







Yeah, pretty tame, I know, but I'm not much of a horror buff. Sorry.

38 comments:

Bob Slatten said...

Worss to live by: if someone says a cucumber could kill them .....Believe!

laurie said...

The second one I can relate to lol

holli said...

Death by cucumber no- pickles maybe.
Love the Bride of Frankenstein yell.

Linda deV said...

Death by chocolate...definitely.

Debi said...

Twitter is scary! I long for the days of imaginary horror! xo

Kirk said...

Death by cucumbers? After hearing all these years that vegetarians live longer?

Joanne Noragon said...

You're in it for the punkins, I surmise. So would I, if I were.

lady M said...

I like tame - gore just is not my thing.

Suzie Ridler said...

It is the BEST time of year!!!

mistress maddie said...

It nice to see adults embrace Halloween. Such a fun time for fivority and pranks.

DEZMOND said...

a pretzel stick could kill you too!

Leeanna Henderson said...

It's the most wonderful time of the year.

^.^ said...

Never liked Halloween stuff as it scares me to death an do me not feeling like dying just yet. Anyway, friend D … Have fun if you must … smiles … Much love, cat.

Adam said...

Just like how Republican believe climate change ins't real in winter, but they're silent in summer.

Birdie said...

I don’t know, leaches are creepy enough. Especially a jar of them.

Mitchell is Moving said...

That looks just like our leeches urn!

Bob Johns said...

What the heck was she doing to that Cucumber?

Martha said...

I love this time of year, creepy stuff especially :)

Marie Smith said...

Lol. I’d like to see the story about the cucumber death.

Rosemary said...

Leeches were used by the Egyptians many centuries ago, and now they are used once again in our hospitals today - what goes around, comes around again.

Barbara said...

I started a Horror Story on Netflix today. At the first scary scene, i said, what am I doing? And turn the darn thing off.

JP said...

The fourth one looks a bit like my mother after she realises she’s run out and of gin.
JP

Ol'Buzzard said...

It's always about the night: no vampire move ever had the vampire hunter entering the vampire's lair at noon, it is always just as the sun is going down.
the Ol'Buzzard

bj said...

I;ve always loved scary movies even as a little girl. The ones I saw almmost every Sat were Frankenstein, The Mummy, Dracula, Wolfman...and we would get so scared, we'd fall down in the floor behind the seats....
I still love scary movies and like your first photo, I am not so scared during the day, but....I don't watch many of them at night.
What IS it about the dark that scares the pants off us???

Missy George said...

Tame is good... I was in one of those fly-by-night Halloween stores a couple years ago and it was very gory.. This is my favorite time of year but that's because of the temperatures and the changing leaves.. Feels better than hot and sticky!! I am into comfort.. Enjoy your weekend

NanaDiana said...

LOL- Reminds me of the person that wants printed on their tombstone- See? I told you I was sick! (maybe killed by a cucumber at the end of it al though). lol
Hope you are doing well. Stay spook-safe! xo Diana

Carol Blackburn said...

It's a shame things only seem to go bump in the night. Who wants to work the 12 hr. night shift for eternity.

Liz Hinds said...

Leeches are being used again in medicine I understand ...

I read your matzo story. Nice one. Maybe they'll come back to haunt you.

The Captain said...

I'm not really a fan of horror but am fascinated by the paranormal.

mshatch said...

I agree with the Captain. Horror has to be clever for me to enjoy it.

Magaly Guerrero said...

Tame? Corpses biting men in uniform? May the screaming gods protect us of your untamed horror posts!

Miss Val's Creations said...

It is funny about the first one. Things are just creepier at night!

SmitoniusAndSonata said...

Did someone mention leeches?? I thought it was all about pumpkin soup and chocolate.....

Guillaume said...

That is pretty funny, and I am a horror buff.

e said...

This is almost tame enough to be my level of horror appreciation. I just don't like it!

Loved the beautiful leech jar, though.

Magic Love Crow said...

Cucumbers? I love cucumbers! Oh no! LOL!

Fundy Blue said...

The scariest one of all was the leeches. I am terrified of leeches and won't go near water suspected to have them.

baili said...

leeches sound sooo creepy yukies