Finally the spooky season has arrived. It is still warm here, but the wind is blowing, creating a constant rain of falling leaves. It feels like Halloween.
The other night, I was at my favorite pub when an acquaintance stopped by to tell me about a Halloween display she had seen while taking a walk in town. "It's made up of spooky dolls," she told me; and, after letting me know that the display was close to my neighborhood, I knew I couldn't resist going to check it out.
When I arrived at the site, I wasn't disappointed for there, staring back at me, was a plethora of dolls. Most of them were spooky indeed, and those that didn't appear quite as spooky, were frightful anyway; this, because of their vintage nature, and their association with the others.
As you can see, they are an interesting lot. Pinhead is in attendance as is Wednesday Addams and an equally spooky gal called Friday. In the background is a musical group that reminds me of a "Day of the Dead" ensemble. They're called "Ghouls Gone Wild." What an appropriate name for a band performing on All Hallow's Eve. And it was so nice of Chucky to drop in!
Next, we get a more inclusive look at the cast.