Wednesday, October 01, 2008

The Lack of a Nose Really Does Something Creepy Here

Brown Park
Bellefontaine, Ohio

Bela Lugosi, talking about the children of the night

Jonathan Coulton - Skullcrusher Mountain

The list of bloggers participating in the Halloween Countdown has grown immensely from just last year! They are in the blogroll near the bottom of the page, and I must thank Todd of Neato Coolville, John Rozum and Erick of Wonderful Wonderblog for compiling the list. What is that, 50 this year?


Pierre Fournier said...

I think he's holding his nose under his jacket to keep it warm.

Wonderful blog you've got here. I'll return often.

Todd Franklin said...

He scares me!

Dane said...

Thank you, Pierre! I was struck by the quality of the art at your blog earlier - you've been bookmarked! (And your theory makes sense)

Yeah, me too kinda, Todd.

Rozum said...

It gives him a Lon Chaney "Phantom of the Opera" look.

If you get a chance, take a look at the statues at the arch in Washington Square Park, NYC. They appear to have leprosy.

Dane said...

Ooh, thanks for the tip! I'll have to google those up.

Karswell said...

"Zombies ate my nose!" said Mr. Brown. "And now I'm having a heart attack..."

Dane said...

The heart attack would be a mercy. I certainly wouldn't want to be awake while they finished me off piecemeal, so to speak.

Beatrix Kiddo said...

Creepy!! I like your blog - I'm seeing things in Logan County I never paid attention to before. I think I'm going to have to go around with a camera - you must see things differently when you're going to take a picture of it.

Dane said...

Thanks, Beatrix! I don't know if you see things differently - maybe you just see more things than you otherwise would?

Any major dude with half a heart said...

It's the sphinx's husband!

Dane said...

They're a perfect pair!


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