We have collected some of our “favorite” Halloween childhood memories and a few photos of the Thrill staff in their Halloween bests. Some are cute, some are funny, some are so cute and funny you might consider wearing one of your old Halloween costumes on Wednesday or this weekend. That Pink Power Ranger costume will totally still fit.
Spencer Kaye ’14:
Spencer Kaye ’14 and Dylan Kaye ’15 in their Halloween finest.
When Dylan and I were a lot younger, it was a big “to-do” to decorate the house for Halloween. We would go down to the basement and pull out all these decorations a few weeks in advance so that we could get that vintage New England October look, so that the whole neighborhood would know that it was definitely October. The decorating was really fun except for this one decoration. We had this little semi-circle window that was over our door and we used to put this freakish vampire in that window on the outside. The thing about it was that it was double sided so from the inside it was as if there was a legitimate vampire looking it. This was a real vampire too, not an Edward Cullen or a Bill Compton but a Nosferatu. For the entire month of October I had to look at this thing. Nights were the absolute worst, I couldn’t even go downstairs I was so terrified of this thing. So while Halloween was one of my favorite holidays, I could not wait until the decorations came down.