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13 Vintage Halloween Songs from the 1910s, 20s, & 30s

01. This House is Haunted, Roy Fox (1934)
02. At The Devil’s Ball, Maurice Burkhart (1913)
03. Bogey Wail, Jack Hylton (1929)
04. The Skeleton Rag, American Quartet (1912)
05. The Boogie Man Is Here, Tom Gerun (1929)
06. Undertaker’s Blues, Helen Gross & The Kansas City Five (1924)
07. With Her Head Tucked Underneath Her Arm, Cyril Smith (1934)
08. That Syncopated Boogie-Boo, The Premier Quartet (1913)
09. Strange Enchantment, Ozzie Nelson & Rose Anne Stevens (1939)
10. The Ghost of the St. Louis Blues, Bob Skyles & His Skyrockets (1930)
11. Spooky Spook, Victor Military Band (1917)
12. Spider Web Blues, Victoria Spivey (1926)
13. The Ghost of the Terrible Blue, The Peerless Quartet (1915)

* Playlist graciously uploaded by Lindsay Koski.

I’ve been seeing a lot of posts about how Leia was abandoned by her brother and her husband, and that’s fine theory. 

But what if she wasn’t the one left behind when Ben turned to the First Order. She does say that she and Han “returned to what we thought we were best at.”

What if the one left behind was Lando? 

Luke fled to Ach-To, grief stricken after the massacre of his students and afraid of the horrors he could commit in his mourning and anger. 

Han took the Outer Rim, unable to look at his mistakes. 

Chewie went with Han, a Life Debt’s not something you can break. 

Leia threw herself into the Resistance, giving up everything to fix the mistakes of her generation.

And Lando? For the second time, his community, his family is broken and scattered. He lost Cloud City, then his rag-tag, put together family. He’s not the type to sit around and do nothing, obvs. Leadership and innovation are in his DNA, it’s what he’s made to do. But he stayed on the planet they chose to make home, and tries to rebuild. And he hopes that one day, his family will come back to him.