para: halloween

The Signs in a haunted house

Aries: Reluctantly brings up the back of the group and is constantly looking over their shoulder only to be so focused on what’s behind them that they get separated from the group and runs into one of the “monsters”
Taurus: An employee that loves scaring the living daylights out of everyone, the one who lurks in dark corners and then jumps out
Gemini: Accidentally punches an employee in the face
Cancer: Tries to scare the employees instead
Leo: Refuses to enter
Virgo: In the middle of the group so is essentially the safest
Libra: Forces everyone to go and is the one that leads the group into each new room
Scorpio: Screams at everything, even before entering the house 
Sagittarius: Talks to themselves to try to calm themselves down but to no avail 
Capricorn: “If i’m paying this much for a haunted house, I better die” (almost pees pants in the first room)
Aquarius: Acts tough at first but then starts crying once inside
Pisces: Lil baby that has to be held almost the entire time; tries their best to keep their eyes closed

Mini-Masterpost of Some Spooky Classical Music

 So with it being October now, I thought it might be fun to do a post of some pieces (mostly classical, with a few others thrown in) that remind me of Halloween (or just Fall, for the more calm ones). Hope you enjoy!

Le Chassseur Maudit (The Accursed Huntsman), Franck

Night On Bald Mountain, Mussorgsky

Danse Macabre, Saint-Saens

Toccata and Fugue in d minor, Bach

The Diabolical Suggestion, Prokofiev

String Quartet No. 11 (full), Shostakovich (sounds like a murder is happening in Mvmts II-V if you ask me)

Dead Man’s Hand, Johnson (sorry for the bad video)

Piano Trio No. 2, 4th Movement, Shostakovich

The Divine Comedy, Mvmt. I - Inferno, Smith

Quartet No. 3, Mvmt III, “The Ghost Town Parade”, Turner

String Quartet No. 14, “Death and the Maiden”, Schubert

Polka for String Quartet, Shostakovich

Ghost Train, Whitacre

String Quartet No. 8, Shostakovich (Esp. mvmts II and III)

“Infernal Dance” from The Firebird, Stravinsky

String Quartet No. 7, Mvmt III, Shostakovich

“Autumn” from The Four Seasons, Vivaldi (not spooky. just pretty.)

October, Whitacre

Howl’s Moving Castle Theme for Piano, Hisaishi/Landry

Piano Duet, Elfman

Hedwig’s Theme, Williams