We've been talking about haunted locations around Lubbock and this is a new one. I spoke with a lady named Rachel, whose Mom has worked on the Texas Tech campus for over 30 years and claims the building across from the university's Student Union building is haunted.
A costume company is now selling an Ebola Containment Suit Halloween costume. It includes a white biohazard suit and mask, blue latex gloves, and safety goggles. You'll have to buy your own yellow boots to go with it.
When you have 30 seconds, watch this video called "Terrifying Screaming Chair"...because it might be the scariest Halloween decoration EVER. Apparently someone made it to scare trick-or-treaters, and it looks like an old woman sitting in a chair.
Tony Dighera is a farmer in Fillmore, California, and he figured out a way to grow pumpkins in a mold that makes them look just like Frankenstein's monster. They're tall, narrow, and have the monster face molded right into them.
Nightmare On 19th Street expands to Thursday, Friday Saturday and Sunday nights this week (with reduced admission on Thursdays and Sundays). We thought this would be a good opportunity to show you where we came from.
For years it was a Halloween tradition for me to watch this video. Somehow I completely forgot about it until a friend re-discovered it for me yesterday. It's brilliant. It's touching. It's funny. But, more importantly, it gives you a glimpse into the lives of some very interesting Lubbockites who just want to make a spook house with their friends.
This has to be one of the most creative pop culture Halloween costumes I've ever seen...even though it's so obscure that nobody's going to get it: Some guy dressed up as "The End of the Credits of 'Cheers'."
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