Halloween, a Quick History Rebooted

October 4, 2012 at 12:01 am (Episode, Halloween, Holiday, Podcast) (, , , , , )

Because the early episodes are dropping off the feed, and because reboots are so “in” right now, we revisit the history of Halloween, as much as we can fit in a few minutes, at least. There is a bit of new material. Find much more history at HalloweenHaunt.wordpress.com. Also join me at Twitter @HalloweenHaunt, our Google+ page,  and Facebook.

Learn more history at History.com and Wikipedia.

Music:

“The Boreal Forest” and “What Lurks?” by Six-Nail-Coffin (Adam John Prawlocki) (from MacJams.com)

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4 Comments

  1. Count Theodore said,

    Hello My spooky Friend
    I am surprised with u doing a Rebooted History on Halloween. But Remember We all Can’t Be All Scared at this time of year just hoping we could talk about Vampires and Witches And Werewolves again this year or Next Year. Until Next time Be Afraid Be Very Afraid.

    • The Halloween Haunter said,

      Hello, Count,

      Well, it is more complicated now to get the original episodes, but rather than rerelease them I decided to revisit with a slightly different twist. I don’t anticipate any more this year, but we will have more in the future. You can expect a bit more about vampires, witches and werewolves this year, I think.

      Thank you for your support.

      –HH

  2. R.L. DEMRI said,

    Love the short story about Halloween. I thought i’d share with mt FaceBook friends ;)

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