Happy Haunted Blog Party

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Happy Halloween! It’s time to Use Me and Abuse Me by digging up ONE link from your own blog and burying it in my comment section. Click on a few of them and maybe they’ll stalk you back at your haunt.

Make sure to bring a link to a particular story. Otherwise, they may arrive and not know where to look. You don’t want them to go INTO THE BASEMENT! or INTO THE ATTIC! I doubt they would take a shower, but DON’T GO IN THERE!

BEWARE! Only bring ONE link or you’ll end up in the Chamber of Spam. The vile smell of rot alone could make you ill. You don’t want your headstone to read, “I told you I was sick.”

IF YOU LEAVE A LINK, CLICK ON A FEW! No one likes a witch (or warlock), who fills her cape with goodies and then flies away on her broom.

Tell them, “Susie sent me,” and they should click back to your crypt.

I made some witch’s brew, (my Aunt Helga’s favorite recipe), and the eye of newt stew is bubbling. Help yourself to the deep-fried crow’s feet. The warty toad dip is especially tasty.

on my grave

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 Tell your Facebook and Twitter friends. The more, the SCARIER!

106 thoughts on “Happy Haunted Blog Party

  1. Happy Halloween, muahahaaaa!!! Thanks for doing this again, last time I gained some new people to follow and be followed by, so I shall join in again 🙂 I’m sharing a link to the post I’ve just put up myself “Things I don’t like that happen in restaurants” – http://vanessa-chapman.com/2014/10/29/things-i-dont-like-that-happen-in-restaurants/ and I shall definitely come back later to click on some others…

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    • Sorry–I wasn’t able to leave a comment on your site. But I have to agree with you that these mourning rituals, while they seem creepy now, probably served to bring great comfort to grieving families. Great Halloween post!

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    • Same here. Could not comment on your page as there is some sort of registration pop up. That is really creepy stuff and it does still go on today. Open casket wakes are very common still, but I draw the line at taking pictures of the deceased.

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  2. I love using and abusing you Susie and Hallowe’en’s good a time as any. I’ve come dressed as a clown – I don’t know about you, but clowns scare the hell out of me. I’m linking to a blog I posted on those scary voice overs in movies – and this one is particular scary as everyone ends up dead: http://colinfalconer.org/dangers-omnipotent-voice-fiction/
    I’m now off to haunt some of these other blogs. Thanks Susie!

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    • I love your Halloween “Spirit!” Way to keep it alive in your household. I want to take some time today and fish out some photos of my kids for Throwback Thursday!
      Have fun mingling with the guests and watch out for Aunt Helga’s brew. It packs a punch, literally! OW!

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  3. (*rings Susie’s doorbell*adjusts fangs*) I vant to suck your blooood…lol. I love Halloween!

    Anyway, another fun filled soiree at the Lindau (Haunted) mansion. Always a good time. Here’s a little ‘treat’ for all the costumed tricksters about: http://satinsheetdiva.wordpress.com/2014/07/20/taser-fiction-short-bursts-of-spine-tingling-reading/

    Now, off to shout Trick or Treat amongst the other blogs listed here. :-).

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  4. Susie! Thanks AGAIN for giving me the opportunity to roll up into your party. Do you like my costume? I’m dressed as a blogger. I’m kind of pissed though because EVERYONE ELSE DECIDED TO DRESS AS THE SAME THING.

    Anyways, here’s my post about my encounter with a spider in my car. Trying to stick with the creepy, crawly theme. http://fitsofwit.com/2014/10/17/the-spider-mobile/ *Monster mashes away to read more blogs*

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  5. Well, here I am in my Magic Mike outfit. Cowboy hat, leather vest, and assless chaps! Happy Halloween! As always, you are the hostest with the mostest. Many great bloggers here again to check out. I’ll get drunk with a few I’m sure. Thanks!

    What can be said about Disney World? I was just there last week. It’s one of the most magical places on earth – filled with creepy scary people! MUAHAHAHAHA!!!!

    http://blog.theregularguynyc.com/people-who-deserve-a-throat-punch-at-the-magic-kingdom/

    Also, a close second are the sheeple that go crazy over pumpkin spice anything! That was my post yesterday on my blog. Scary stuff. Especially the pumpkin spiced tampons!

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  6. *cruises in on her trike, decked out with henna (as opposed to a motorcycle and permanent tattoos, of course)*

    From the depths of her mind, the Priestess of Isis brings you…PHOBIAS! (And a bit of a horror movie rant…sorry!) http://wp.me/p4OPO0-dN

    *grabs some mulled cider and waves to her fellow riders before taking off again*

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    • That is a CRAZY story! You had me all the way to the end.
      Thanks so much for coming to the party! Have fun clicking on links. Tell them, “Susie sent me,” and they should click back to your crypt!

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  8. Don’t pay any attention to that “Regular” Guy from NYC behind the curtain…I left the door opened behind me and he followed me in, sorry. Don’t worry, he’ll be arrested and carted away soon as always.
    I hope it was OK to bring my parrot, Mr. Mustard, he doesn’t like being left on the boat. I’ve been bumping into a lot of folks on the dance floor, what with my eye patch on and all, and I apologize for all the noise and the nasty marks my peg leg is making on your hardwoods.
    Nice gig as usual my friend. – Captain Nowhere Man.
    Here’s a post about everyone’s favorite insurance sales-gecko…

    http://www.meyouand62.com/me-you-and-62-geicos-gecko-goofs/

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    • This was a great Halloween post! Thanks for bringing this to the party, It’s never too late to click on links and meet my friends. Tell them, “Susie sent me,” and they should click back to yours!

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  9. Kinda late to this party – been offline a couple of days! Very cool Halloween moment! The link I’d like to share is to a post I wrote about a ‘Spinal Tap’ type holiday in Sydney:

    http://mjwrightnz.wordpress.com/2014/10/23/writing-inspirations-the-sydney-harbour-on-a-sunny-saturday/

    Also – the scariest thing I thought of for Halloween was a plan to give broccoli to trick-or-treaters as a MUCH healthier and better alternative to candy. My wife didn’t think it was likely to be well received…

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