Tuesday, September 18, 2012
October is a very special time of year. Halloween candy has already been on store shelves for two months. Festive Christmas trees are popping up all over town. People on Facebook you haven't seen since high school are talking about getting a jump on their holiday shopping.
AND I GET TO TELL YOU TERRIFYING TALES OF TERROR.
If you are a long-time reader of Welcome to Bethville! you know that Frightening Fridays started in 2009. On every Friday during the month of October (unless I get busy or my brain is broken) I post a new ultra-scary story, guaranteed to chill your bones and wet your pants. Which is a terrible combination of things. If you've ever fallen from a toboggan and into an icy lake, you know what I'm talking about.
But, if you like wet pants, chilled bones, and having to go shopping for a night light well into your 30s, then come back here on October 5.
In the meantime, feel free to peruse the Frightening Friday archives, which I posted below.
Terrifying Evil Clowns of Terror
The Gourmet Zombie Brain Eater
The Impolitely Accused Witches of Salem
The Babysitters Who Go Check Out That Mysterious Noise Alone Club
A Very Depressing Tale of Lost Hopes and Dreams
The Flying Dutchman in 2010
Hotel Room Showers Are Scary
Dracula's Terrible Houseguests
The Camp of Questionable Safety Standards
The Shirtless Werewolf and Vampire Epidemic
Dr. Frankenstein: Dead Body Hoarder
and the very special...
Choose Your Own Terrifying Contingency Plan