Monster Pepperoni and Garlic Bread ♠ Halloween Nails ♠ LED Coke Bottle Jack O´Lantern and Ghosts ♠ Terminator Ant Killer
This article was first published when the Franco regime was still on. Hence the strictures on the Halloween celebrations you'll be reading about. ("The Spanish police may be expected to take exceedingly dim view of Halloween hi-jinks in public. And remember that masks or costume disguises in public are against Spanish law. . .") Other than those, the article is as timeless and fun to read today as it was 47 years ago. It would be; this is the third time it is being reprinted!
Until Sunday, November 5th, the theme park will be in spirit with a series of haunted houses, scare zones, shows, and some Halloween costumes that look almost a little too realistic. Voted the best Halloween in Spain!
Ghost and Bones Meringue Cookies • Pull Apart Cheese Bread • Ghost LED Lights • Candle Centerpieces • Glitter Spiderwebs • Halloween Fruit Candles • Desserts and Decorations
Fantasy. Horror. Science fiction. Black comedy. They could all be an early Halloween treat for you, thanks to the Festival Internacional de Cine Fantástica Nocturna Madrid
"Ghosts" roam on All Souls Day!
In my childhood, I dressed up as a princess, a witch and a Crown Royal purple bag with a golden cord, and I made sure our house was the most haunted-looking on the block!
All Saints Day, the big day of the dead on 1 November, is festive-solemn as only the Spaniards can make
Halloween as the Americans do it. Couldn’t get better than that — though there is a sober underside!