Things that go Bump in the Night (not including me falling over)

Try carving this using a hard turnip, it kills your fingers!

Oooh it’s nearly that time again.  The time where ghouls, ghosties and long legged beasties and things that go bump in the night  shall soon be out in force!   It’s just a shame that I will miss it because I have to work.  A ghost can turn up anywhere though…….

this 'ghost' was spotted at Hampton Court Palace a while ago

I came across this interesting website, dedicated to ghost stories, urban legends and sightings.  There are postings about ghostly experiences and even short films to watch.  The website is HERE

October 2009 Fortean Times magazine. a jolly good read!

We’ve been reading Fortean Times for years, it’s recommended reading at any time of the year.  There are always interesting strange stories, sightings, book reviews and all sorts of Paranormal phenomena.  Have a look online HERE

'Her neck is tolerable..I suppose...but not enough to tempt me!'

Meanwhile, back at Waterstones the other day, I spotted this book! Yes Mr Darcy (who everyone didn’t praise to the sky) has now morphed into a vampyre in this book ‘Mr Darcy Vampyre’ by Amanda Grange. This explains the dark moods apparently. Lizzie should have kept her promise never to dance with Mr Darcy….   There’s a line in it that says “Her neck is tolerable I suppose…but not enough to tempt me!”  (now I AM kidding, lol! though it wouldn’t surprise me).  Seriously, whatever will they think of next? and No, I won’t be reading it.

 bone-chillers

I couldn’t resist these ice-cube makers, they’re called ‘Bone Chillers’ and they’re available HERE, just the thing for Halloween drinks! And what about these so cute little cupcake pans? You could bake these all the year round.

skull cupcake pan to make the evening go with a shreik

  

  

Skull cupcake pan available HERE 

 

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2 Responses to “Things that go Bump in the Night (not including me falling over)”

  1. I’m tempted to read darcy vampyre

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