A spooky Halloween blog round-up

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Last year’s classical-themed pumpkin

This evening, when it’s dark outside, you’re alone in the house, and beginning to wonder just what it is that’s making the mysterious creaking noise somewhere above your head…well, that would be the perfect time to have a read of some Halloween-themed blog posts!

 

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Halloween blog round-up

Only a day late, a round-up of some Halloween-related posts to enjoy!

Firstly, here’s a collection of spooky stories from ancient Rome: ‘Zombies, Witches, and Werewolves, Oh My!

And here is yet another post for the board game fans about a game that’s good fun to play on Halloween (or any other time of year when you have several hours to spare for fighting Lovecraftian monsters): Eldritch Horror.

UK readers can help out with some spooky historical research: historians are trying to track down examples of ‘witch marks’ – lines, geometric designs, or letters carved into doors and windows of houses, churches, etc to keep witches away. Details at the Historic England site, where you can also submit pictures of any marks you spot!

Finally, a bonus link: pictures of some very grumpy looking cats in ridiculous Halloween costumes.