At Halloween, back in the day, (I won’t mention how many days, but it was quite a few), my great-grandmother crafted colored popcorn balls to hand out to trick-or-treaters as they came by. Admittedly, I’m the Ebenezer Scrooge of this particular “holiday”, but even so, I remember my grandmother’s careful creations for her young un’s with great fondness. Of course, you dare not bother to do that anymore; our societal/cultural changes have seen to that quite effectively. Nowadays, one is expected to spend their next month’s house payment on overpriced bagged candy to rot the children’s teeth and add to the obesity pandemic.
I told you I was the Halloween Scrooge!
Nonetheless, there are important take-aways to be gleaned. That is, we humans are primed for fear. Sometimes Continue reading “What goes bump in your night?”