John Carradine Shined in Spooky Movies

One of my all-time favorite actors in the golden age of scary movies, was the late, great, John Carradine. He was born on February 5, 1906 and passed away on November 27, 1988. John made many movies over the course of his career, but those spooky old black & white movies really stood out for me. ...

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Dracula's Dentures Halloween Cookie Recipe

Dracula’s Dentures! This is one fun cookie recipe the kids and grand kids will have a blast making! Here we have three videos with written instructions on how you and the kids can make this delightful recipe. We will show you how to make the chocolate pecan chip cookies, the butter cream icing, and how to decorate them. Read on for more fun!

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History Of The Hearse

I have always been fascinated by old hearses. Learn some hearse history here, and watch a video of an old horse drawn hearse as it prepares for a funeral. Hearse and Halloween just kind of go together in a spooky sort of way, don’t you think?

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How To Make An Orange Julius For Halloween, Or Any Time

How about an Orange Julius for Halloween? This article will show you a video tutorial on how to make the traditional kind, as well as an extremely healthy version of this popular drink. A list of supplies and ingredients is also included to help you create your own tasty drink this Halloween!

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How To Make A Hunger Games District 12 Bow

Katniss Everdeen is sure to be a popular costume choice again this year! With Catching Fire, scheduled to hit theaters later this year, she is bound to be a hot choice again. Why not get a jump start on one of the most important accessories? In the following video tutorials you will learn how to create your own District 12 bow from PVC pipe. These turn out really cool, and best of all-they actually function!

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Gargoyles Throughout History

Gargoyles have been popular since the Middle Ages. Why the fascination? What were gargoyles for and what did they represent? There was a cool movie that was made for TV back in 1972, starring Cornell Wilde. I remember watching it as a teenager. I thought it was pretty scary back then. You can view the entire movie here.

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Simon Marsden, Master Of Creepy, Atmospheric Photography

Sir Simon Marsden loved to use infrared photography to photograph the old ruins of castles, churches and more. He took us on an atmospheric journey of the senses through his lens, or eye on his world. Watch a video presentation of some of his best work!

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Ray Villafane's 3-D Pumpkin Carving

A true genius when it comes to extreme pumpkin carving, Ray Villafane’s work is easy to recognize. Learn more about the man himself, and watch a video tutorial on how you can do the same!

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American Horror Story Is One Scary, Fun Ride!

I didn’t realize that I would become hooked on this fabulous series the way I did. American Horror Story is one hell of a thrill ride! Season one was fantastic, as I am sure season-2 was as well. Renewed for a third season, this one will be about witches. Kathy Bates will be added to the cast, so you know it will deliver!

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Vampire Bats: A Fascinating Species!

Vampire bats get a bum rap in most Hollywood movies. In fact, they are very interesting creatures in their own right. Do yourself a favor and explore the fascinating world of the vampire bat!

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