: This thread is scary. Don't open it!!

09-23-10, 10:58 AM

09-23-10, 02:35 PM

09-23-10, 03:02 PM
Lier, lier, pants on fire!!

09-23-10, 04:38 PM


09-23-10, 07:46 PM
The crazy thing is, I have this LP.

09-23-10, 08:13 PM
Finally, someone that understands. To many, Halloween is not complete without this relic LP. Thousands own it. Millions have once owned it, or at least heard it.

09-23-10, 08:38 PM
Hay Nutz. Where the hellubeen?

09-23-10, 09:01 PM
Happenin R/T. Just gave my eyes a break for a while. Jumped into FB lately to share alot of unbelievable fun this year with my local buds. Thought I'd wake the dead here wit some silliness. It was this, or the new Tay Zonday/Weezer song. :bonkers:

09-23-10, 09:05 PM
I recognize the album. My dad used to put speakers in our window and play the LP on all-hallows-eve. :D

09-23-10, 10:14 PM
And now for something that really is scary, Walt Disney summoning Satan:


09-23-10, 11:16 PM
^If you ask The Dullahan, they're synonymous.

09-24-10, 11:52 PM
Disney is not Satan, he's worse. being Pagan, I don't believe in Satan, but he must be pretty awesome if his name is an anagram of my own.

That is not Satan, that is Chernabog, God of The Night. Also, that was my favourite Disnee film as a child (Because we had them all on VHS) but I was usually watching Creepshow or something instead. The incarnation of Chernabog in that film was initially modeled by The Great Bela Lugosi, who as we all know, is still undead.

Is there something wrong with me if I know both of these songs well, have seen each video and actually own the album the first one is from?

You know what...never mind.

The ONLY thing I can stand up for at Diznee World (Aside from the thousands I bundled away from working there) is The Haunted Mansion (the FL and Japan ones only) as that ride provides me with a lovely little slice of Pennsylvania, right here in Swampland, USA...even though I still don't visit it. The building is based on the style of architecture we had up north, heavily inspired by one of The Packer Mansions in Jim Thorpe (Where we once almost purchased a house that severely put the Packer Mansions to shame) and has, of course, a cemetery scene, both inside and out, as well as a horse-drawn hearse. Ahh, Blakeslee, I miss thee.

Halloween is nigh on the wind and I hope you lot are ready. May haps I should grace the Lounge with some photos this year, both of the other Hearses on the weekend from the gathering on International Drive (Paradox, that's an ORDER) and of the pure awesomeness that invades my street on Samhain...

09-25-10, 01:31 AM
Hold up. Blakeslee? Really? Cause my dad's family's from Dickson.

And, who doesn't like Musgorsky's Night on Bald Mountain, even if they did ruin it at the end with an Ave Maria that's Ave BORING!

09-26-10, 12:55 AM
Well said, Craig.

Dickson, as in Scranton?

There was this mountain between Scranton and Wilkes-Barre. I lived a bit south and way up at the top. I was born in Wilkes-Barre, however, because that was easily the closest hospital, though since I was born during "The Storm of The Century" it was probably still an interesting, frostbitten trip.

Depending on the day, I could be anywhere from Blakeslee to, Scranton to Wilkes-Barre or the whereabouts of Pocono Lake in general. I went to school at Tobyhanna Elementary Center (Which is incidentally not in Tobyhanna?) YAY, Backstory. Next time you visit, go visit my Family [The cool one].

09-26-10, 09:46 PM
Yep, right outside Scranton. Was last there in 2008. It never really changes.

Does this make me a honorary pikey?

09-26-10, 11:05 PM
No, Craig, it makes you Joe Biden's second cousin! And all this time I thought you were a true son of the Golden West!

09-27-10, 12:22 AM
Isn't some show called "The Office" from Scranton too?

Never saw it, not even in a commercial, but I've heard about it.

To get back on the SCARY THREAD topic, all the good Zombie flicks are Pennsylvania-based too, as are a number of other horror films and novels.

Craig may not have been born in California (though I don't know, he may well have) but he definitely isn't exactly the type of person I'd expect to see in Pennsylvania. Aside for the appreciation of big, fancy cars. My adoptive Mum also drove a big seventies Coupe, among other things.

09-27-10, 11:50 PM
Native Californian here. It's my dad was from Dickson, and I've still some cousins that live there. I distinctly remember my family spending a year there one week when I was about 12. It's kinda hard to sleep when US 6 runs past your front door.

As far as zombie and horror movies being based in PA, from what I've heard of Chapman Lake, I'm hardly surprised. Heaven only knows what that toxic soup could render up.

09-28-10, 01:43 PM
Not as bad as Lake Champlain, which has so much dumped into it, several parts are quite literally toxic.

That should be an "emoticon"...