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On this day in 1996 Tiny Tim passed away. I was lucky enough to see him with my mom at Spooky World before he died. Even though I had to have been nine or ten at the time, I remember recognizing this song when he played it. 

You too, huh? I think he played that song before the haunted hayride. And of course he was, like, seven feet tall with a ukulele.

Yes yes yes!

Ugh, and let’s not forget that Jheri Curl either. Tim is missed for so many reasons…

surrealthemuse:

On this day in 1996 Tiny Tim passed away. I was lucky enough to see him with my mom at Spooky World before he died. Even though I had to have been nine or ten at the time, I remember recognizing this song when he played it. 

You too, huh? I think he played that song before the haunted hayride. And of course he was, like, seven feet tall with a ukulele.

even that shipwrecked Indian kid with a tiger ain’t got shit on my life of Pi pie. 

Hy Gene: A Love of Liquid Latex

Hy Gene: A Love of Liquid Latex

It was actually a small birthmark, but “mole-hole” had a better ring to it. 

I write poems for the folks on FB…

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Wound-making practice for the Zombie Pub Crawl. As both instructor and student, I give myself a C+. I can’t wait to cut these out and spirit glue them to my body. 

I’ve culled a great deal of spooky movies from various collections, and categorized them into another intense October. Here we go, in no order (with great swaths of awesome left out):

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Upper Echelon Curiosities: 

Once upon an estate sale, in the historic Summit Hill neighborhood of Saint Paul, there lived an aging bidet and an antiquated intercom system. They happened to be two of the most interesting things inside of the sprawling, ten thousand square foot mansion—which was known for its bedrooms, pathways, servants quarters, dining rooms, lavatories, and even the acreage on which said mansion sat…