I found a Halloween link today, a little late — but to me, it doesn’t matter that Halloween is over for 2010. To me, life is an endless, eternal Halloween, and we should do something every day to keep the spooky spirit alive in the childhood hearts that beat deep inside our adult shells.
Here are some great ideas that combine scary with that innocent frisson we all felt on chill Halloween nights, when the moon rose, wolves howled in the distance, and we ran through our neighborhoods, capes flapping, leaves fluttering at our feet:
And if you want to help UNICEF — something us fifty-somethings did at Halloween during the ’60s — go here to keep Halloween literate, too.
Now this book? Really scary.