Friday, October 21, 2011

I ain't afraid of no ghost...except Casper!

Posted by Dawn Dalton on 2:57 PM

Attention: We interrupt this Halloween countdown post for a very important announcement. I repeat, we interrupt...yeah, you get the picture.

The Crossroads Blog Tour starts TOMORROW. Yes, tomorrow. You can find me at the awesome Book Faery Blog talking books, writing, and of course, Halloween. Be sure to check out ALL of the blogs on the tour daily for a chance to WIN tons of cool swag, free books, and an author Skype visit to your library by bestselling author Rachel Vincent.

Got questions about writing, books, Ask them in the comments. I'll be checking in on and off - while hanging out at the local auction. Which got me thinking about Aladdin lamps (because I bid on one of those once). Which got me thinking about Disney's Aladdin (because I loved that movie as a kid). Which got me thinking about creepy cartoon characters (because Jafar used to give me nightmares.)

Yes my friends, this is how my bizarro mind works.

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So in no particular order, here's some spooky cartoon characters to get you into the Halloween spirit. (Although you already should be since there aren TEN MORE SLEEPS UNTIL HALLOWEEN!)

Sure they SAY he's friendly, but Casper IS still a ghost.

Cruella Deville - mean to dogs? No friend of mine!
Skeletor from He Man *shudder* 

Great movie. Great villain. Awesome shade of green. Kinda creepy.
Dr. Claw from Inspector Gadget didn't even have a face! Spooky.
Wow. While Googling the images I wanted, I stumbled across a whole bunch of creepy cartoon characters, including the bad guys in the Disney classics. Which led me to this article called The Dark Side of Disney.

Happy Friday!

- Dawn

P.S. Following the Ghosthunters clues for a chance to win a copy of the Spirited anthology? Round four starts Sunday. If you haven't submitted your guesses yet, check out last week's post here. 13 haunting books up for grabs!


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