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Oct 03

Must See Events for October

Greetings all and Happy October! Over here in New Jersey, USA, it’s hurricane season, which means the winds are blowing and the skies are deliciously overcast. Rain falls, mist gathers and there’s fog in the mornings. A perfect start to October, wouldn’t you say? So what are these must see events, you’re asking? With no …

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Sep 05

Horror Movie Review: The Houses October Built

Title: The Houses October Built Genre: Horror, Found Footage-ish Director: Bobby Roe Writers:  Zack Andrews Stars:   Brandy Schaefer, Zack Andrews, Bobby Roe IMDB Link: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1958043/ HERE MAY BE SPOILERS Portions of the movie may or may not be revealed.   Synopsis: Beneath the fake blood and cheap masks of countless haunted house attractions across the country, there are whispers of truly …

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Mar 22

Horror Movie Review – Wrecker

Title: Wrecker Genre: Horror Director: Michael Bafaro IMDB link: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4227282/ This movie almost WRECKED my marriage.  (See what I did there?) My husband had the day off and I suggested we watch a movie. “Hey, we’ll watch this movie. It’s terrible, but it’ll be fun! We’ll have a few laughs!” Famous last words. I’ve seen some …

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Oct 26

Blogtoberfest – Weird New Jersey

It’s only fair, since I’m writing about scary stuff this month, is to highlight some spooky places in New Jersey.  Despite being the Garden State, there’s a ton of mysteries surrounding some of the horse pastures and lovely farms.   So light the lantern and let’s take a closer look behind the cobwebs. The Jersey …

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Oct 16

Blogtoberfest – Urban Legends to Keep You Up at Night – Part 2

The Thousand Steps Behind a rusty, broken gate at the top of the bluffs overlooking the Mississippi in Eagle Point Park (Clinton, Iowa) is an ancient set of steps plagued with tragedy and wrought with mysteries and fables. Locals call them the “Thousand Steps”, and they were built in the 1930’s along with the rest …

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