2.Welcome To The ‘Museum of Death’
3.This “Halloween” Mega Fan Built His Own Replica of Michael Myers’s House
4.Meet the Man Behind Friday the 13th’s Jason Voorhees
5.L.A.’s Latin American Ska Scene
6.Sounds of the Nightmare Machine
7.Whatever Happened to ‘The Adventures of Pete and Pete’?
8.Remember When: A Weekend in 1993
9.Sleep Paralysis: A Waking Nightmare
10.So Funny, He'll Give You 'Goosebumps'
11.How Bill Nye the Science Guy Got Into the Rap Game (Sort Of)
12.The Brain Behind Pinky (And Other ‘90s Cartoon Classics)
13.Mending Memories at the Doll Hospital
14.Play On Words: Masks
15.Dancing With Fire in Sri Lanka
16.The Scorpion King
17.Learning the Ropes With a Family of Alaskan Bell Ringers
18.In Utah, Hope and Healing After Escaping a Cult
19.A Decade In Dance: From Hiplet to Hula
20.Schaller & Weber is New York City’s Iconic Old School Butcher Shop
21.True Blue: Indigo Dyeing in Japan
22.Russian Generals Loved Clear Cola
23.When in France, Think Small
24.Reclaiming Coal Country: From Abandoned Mines to Organic Farms
25.Lighting Up Code
The year is 1997, it’s almost Halloween, and you’re trying to get into the spooky spirit. Jennifer Love Hewitt is starring in “I Know What You Did Last Summer!”, Universal Studios is scaring up fun in Hollywood with Halloween Horror Nights, and it seems like everyone is dressing up as Batman. When your nose isn’t buried in one of the “Goosebumps” books, you’re watching “Hocus Pocus” for the umpteenth time. And in those moments when you are feeling especially brave, you sneak a peek at those frightening illustrations in the “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark” book everybody’s passing around. Curious about the guy who wrote those “Goosebumps” books? Find yourself wondering what happened to Billy Butcherson from “Hocus Pocus”? And what was the guy who illustrated “Scary Stories” thinking? We’re going back to the Halloween of our childhood for all the answers. Don’t be scared.
Feeling nostalgic? We’re going to wrap you up in a comfy blanket made of memories in our latest series, “Remember When.”
Still want more?
In the latest episode of Remember When, we look back at the terrifying illustrations in “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.” They still give us shivers.
The book series was re-released in 2011 with less scary illustrations done by Brett Helquist, who is known for illustrating “A Series of Unfortunate Events.”
We’ve got samples from both versions below. Compare them for yourself.
Candy corn can do what?
Hey internet, you didn’t ask for this but…
We’re going to put the corn back in candy corn. Follow along, will ya?
Step 1. Make a circle with your unwanted candy corn
Step 2. Get your trusty hot glue gun and make a circle of glue on top
Step 3. Level up by adding another row of candy corns on top
STEP 4. REPEAT UNTIL YOUR HEART’S CONTENT, OR UNTIL YOU’VE COMPLETED AN ENTIRE COB
Now that’s what we call candy corn!
Things we used for this Halloween craft:
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