It’s the most wonderful time of the year.
It’s time for classic horror books and movies that give us that warm, tingly feeling. It’s time for murder mysteries that are so obscure you can’t help but want to go investigate.
I celebrate spooky all year, but when pumpkin patches open and leaves start to fall, everyone is on board with spooky. I like to share the fear with others.
So, in honor of Halloween, I will be posting twice a week on Mondays and Tuesdays throughout the month of October. Monday’s posts will be devoted to reviews of classic horror books and movies that we all love. Tuesday’s posts will consist of unsolved mysteries no one talks about.
I will be posting both of this week’s content today (October 6) and we’ll get on a regular schedule beginning next week.
This week I will be revisiting one of my childhood favorites, A Nightmare on Elm Street, and we’ll be delving into the disappearance and death of Dorothy Jane Scott.
Thanks for joining me in this wonderful celebration of horror and all things spooky. Every year it goes by way too fast.