What Do You Think Would Be The Top 20 …

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What Do You Think Would Be The Top 20 …

… Books and Musical Songs might be for Halloween?

Let me know in the comments selection below, so that we can have some really good line ups for the 16 days of our scary month!

Thanks

Rory & Doodlepip

32 thoughts on “What Do You Think Would Be The Top 20 …

  1. Well obvious: “Monster Mash” … Bobbie Pickett. My other choices (not 20 though, I don’t know 20) “I Put A Spell On You” Creedence Clearwater Revival (but the film Hocus Pocus’s version is probably more popular). That Old Black Magic – don’t know WHO sang that…but it sounds spooky. Love Potion #9 – The Searchers. Werewolves of London – Warren Zevon. Witchy Woman – Eagles. I can probably think of more…but maybe I’ll leave a few for someone else…. 😉

  2. That video was made just that tad more peculiar by the fact that I’m going to listen to a religious program here shortly, and they’re playing hymns prior to the talks. I can’t turn off the sound to that broadcast…so I heard “The Revised Monster….Blech” and at the very end, where they’re all sad that Frankie looked at the Ring woman…and all of a sudden “Bless me now my savior” came blasting out. Um. BWAHAHAHAHHA…well it was ODD..

  3. I remember my uncle (He was in a motorcycle gang called the Diablos) and his friends used to listen to Creedence Clearwater Rival all the time. They had a song called Bad moon rising, and it reminds me of Halloween and spooky things, but then I was a kid and kids have those crazy imaginations. My all time favorite is the Monster Mash. Also classic Stephen King like Carrie and Salem’s Lot were really scary novels to me. I haven’t really read Stephen King since I was a teenager. He has some great spooky stories.

    1. Great choices, l used to write to Stephen King as a young novice writer alongside Guy N Smith, James Herbert and a host of others – he was awesome – thanks for the votes 🙂

  4. Scariest book I ever read was Salem’s Lot by Stephen King, as for a song choice, what about Thriller – has to be included for the video alone ;O) xx

    1. Hey Lisa, yes l think a lot of the Stephen King books are excellent choices for the line up. I know Pet Sematry got to me something awful 🙂 Yes of course Thriller will be in the line up 🙂

  5. Hmmm…..not exactly Halloween songs per se….but they are quite fitting to the season anyway (and not been mentioned as of yet lol).

    Concrete Blonde has a few: Bloodletting (the Vampire song); Ghost of a Texas Ladies Man, and Walking in London.

    And Delta Rae has at least two: Bottom of the River and Dance in the Graveyard.

    And because I haven’t seen anyone them mentioned yet, The Eagles, Hotel California, and Gerard McMahon’s Cry Little Sister from The Lost Boys movie.

    I’m sure there are probably more escaping my mind right now. I may be back lol.

    As for Books…..I like some of the short story collections by Ray Bradbury: The October Country, and From the Dust Returned, and his novel Something Wicked This Way Comes.

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