The Spooky October Tag

 

 

The Spooky October Tag 

The Spooky October Tag from

LIFE WITH LATOYA

 

 

 

Do you get scared easily?  Sometimes

 

Have you ever played Bloody Mary?  No and I never will. I’m an Empath and pick up all type of energies so I do my best to avoid negative energies.

 

You’re home alone, but you hear footsteps. What do you do?  Nothing. It is probably my room-mate or my cat. If my brother Stephen is visiting then it’s him. My landlord lives above me so I can hear his comings and goings.

 

Do you prefer gore or thrillers?  

Thrillers.

 

Favorite scary movies?  

Modern: The Others.  Shutter Island. The Sixth Sense.

Classics from the Golden Age of Hollywood: Anything from the 30s, 40s, & and 50s.  The Original Frankenstein, Dracula and the Mummy.

 

What was your scariest Halloween costume?  I really don’t do scary.  However Readers, Subscribers & Followers you decide. Do you find any of my Halloween Costumes scary? Let me know!  Please comment.

 

 

These were taken July 2016. Not Halloween but I decided to be Blue Spidey Lady.

 

 

Back to the Halloween Costumes.

 

My cat Weezer decided to photo bomb the picture. Weezer crossed the Rainbow bridge in December 2015.

These photos are from 2013.

 

If you were asked to spend the night in a haunted house, would you?

No

 

Are you superstitious?

No

 

Creepiest thing that has ever happened to you? 

My former museum workplace is haunted being that parts of the building were constructed in the 19th Century there are spirits still wandering there. Many of the Museum Security Guards feel that the both the American and Egyptian Wings are haunted. I never had a creepypasta in the American Wing but I never liked being posted in the Egyptian Wing especially at night. The mummies in this wing know that they are displaced and not in their real home so I believe their spirits wander the galleries.

The creepiest was in a Civil War photography exhibit a few years ago. The Civil War was I believe the first war to be photography. Photography was fairly new but cameras recorded the dead, dying and maimed. Lots of horrifying photos of amputated limbs. Just to let folks know Matthew Brady the famed Civil War photographer actually had assistants taking those pictures (he was nearly blind) and he regularly had his assistants move the bodies around to achieve a better effect. If that is not creepy I don’t know what is.

Did these questions scare you?

No.