For those who need a little inspiration or a little relaxation in the dead of night.
All Hallow’s Eve is upon us and what fun would it be without a night of reverie? For all the ghosts, goblins and werewolves out there, come one and come all to the All Hallow’s Eve Ball.
Halloween is almost upon us! This calls for a particularly creepy playlist. Give it a listen and get ready for the night of haunts!
The second week of Halloween has begun! Here’s a playlist inspired by the Haunted Mansion ride and old, abandoned estates. For those stories about ghosts who can never leave and the tricks they play on foolish mortals.
Happy third day of Halloween! October is finally here and so are the 31 days of Halloween (or All Hallow’s Eve). With it comes fall weather and lots of candy and mischief. And to honor this amazing month, here’s a creepy playlist for your spooky needs.
In light of the movie coming out this weekend, I decided this playlist would be perfect! Not to mention, we are headed into October and whether you’ve read the books or not (I certainly haven’t, though I’ve been meaning to), this is the perfect Halloween/mystery playlist for you!
Many people are headed back to school (or already there) and I’ve noticed the leaves are slowly changing colors. That can only mean fall is on its way! So in the spirit of school and the school season, here’s a playlist based on one of the four Ilvermorny houses. Have fun returning to American Hogwarts!
Continuing the current theme of the strange and October-themed playlists, here’s another spectacularly eerie playlist by fromgreektogothic. This one tells the story of a haunted manor, one that’s long been forgotten to time and people. It’s a relatively quiet playlist, focusing more on haunts that tell of memories and tragic love stories. This makes it an excellent mood or setting playlist, though it works for background music as well.
Étrange means “strange” in French and this playlist captures that perfectly. The music is perfectly dark and creepy, fitting for writing spooky scenes. So go out there and write!
It’s August and you know what that means? It’s almost Halloween!
I kid, obviously, though I do love Halloween a lot and it’s one of few things I look forward to as we inch ever closer to fall. And hey, if Christmas can start in October, why can’t Halloween start in August?
Anyway, this week’s playlist is delightfully creepy and melancholic. Perfect for writing those gothic horror stories in the dead of summer heat.