I was tagged by the Queen herself!
1. Answer the questions on your own blog. -- Will do!
2. Tag 13 others to answer the questions on their blogs and link to them. -- Probably won't do since The Queen already tagged everyone! I'll just leave it at this -- if you want to do this meme, go for it!
And here we go...
1). Which urban legend ghost scared the bejeezus out of you when you were a kid?
The one about the guy who had the dog that would lick his hand at night and then one morning he woke up to discover his dog was dead and written in blood was "humans can lick too." This was one of the most popular campfire stories at my sleepaway camp. Not much sleep for me on the nights that story was told.
2). Which horror movie has the best premise?
The Birds or really any Alfred Hitchcock movie.
3). What is the most disappointing "treat" to receive in your bag on Halloween night?
It has to be an apple. Second to the apple is the little box of raisins. I mean really.
4). What's the best non-candy item to receive?
Bouncy balls. They were big in my neighborhood when I was a kid.
5). Did a monster live in your closet when you were a child?
Nope. The monster lived in the basement of course.
6). Which supernatural creature sent chills up your spine when you were ten and still does?
The headless horseman. I know it sounds silly, but that just creeps me right out.
7). Which supernatural creature makes you yawn?
The Mummy. What is he really going to do? He's held together with medical tape! The new Mummy movies have not had any improved impact.
8). What's your favorite Halloween decoration?
Jack-o-lanterns. I love to see people get creative with the carving. I still haven't carved my pumpkins, but hopefully I will get to do it this year.
9). If you could be anywhere on Halloween night, where would you be?
Right where I'm going to be. Home and then trick-or-treating with Zoe and my nieces and nephew. Halloween is a kids' holiday to me. I love celebrating with them.
10). What's the scariest book you've read so far this year?
I don't like scary books so the only thing that comes close this year is 1984.
11). Haunted houses or haunted hayrides?
Haunted houses. I feel too trapped on the hayrides.
12). Which Stephen King novel/movie would you least like to find yourself trapped in?
Misery. That was scary, scary, SCARY to me.
13). Which are creepiest: evil dolls, evil pets, or evil children?
Evil dolls -- especially clowns.