Happy Halloween!

It’s so lovely to be back in the Northeast for Halloween — hearing the leaves crunch under your feet, seeing the smoky colors of fall, feeling the crisp cold in the air. Why not read a little passage from Ray Bradbury’s The October Country?

With luck, most folks got their Halloween cards even though we were a bit remiss on getting them into the post on time. If so, great — if not, we’ll do better next year!

9 thoughts on “Happy Halloween!

  1. My pick for best story in OCTOBER COUNTRY (original Arkham House publication as DARK CARNIVAL for us kollector scum ;))& one of me fave Bradbury tales is “The Skeleton” orWhen someTHING l00ks up at you from the bottom of the closet, it needs more than a hanger… ;DMAITH SAMHAIN!

  2. I’m not so familiar with Bradbury as I should be (my bad…)But if I had to pick a truly scary story for Halloween, it would be “Sticks” by Karl Edward Wagner. This story scared the bejeezus out of me when I first read it. When Blair Witch came out, I immediately said, “Hey! It’s just like Sticks!” And apparently, other people said the same thing!

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