Strange Stuff From My Study, Episode 4: Ray Bradbury's Halloween Decorations



September 24, 2015 — 
For this fourth episode of Strange Stuff From My Study, I dig into my collection to show you a pair of extremely special and extremely relevant-to-the-season items: Halloween decorations that once belonged to the Great Scribe of Halloween himself, Ray Bradbury.

Watch Episode 1: A shrunken head by Thomas Kuebler and a Headless Horseman hoodie.

Watch Episode 2: A glow-in-the-dark Elvira/Psycho cup and the death mask of Vincent Price

Watch Episode 3: A 100-year-old Printing of Edgar Allan Poe's Raven and Edgar Allan Poe Mask from The Following.



4 comments:

  1. AMAZING!!!! AMAZING!!! AMAZING!!!!! That's all.

    Joey, Diane, and Jessferatu

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  2. So cool! I'm more than a little envious!

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  3. Love your collection, especially the Poe and Bradbury stuff, two of my favorite writers. But as a fan of Bradbury I have to point out a story not mentioned; "The Homecoming", one of my all-time favorite favorites. A sweet tale about a boy who didn't quite fit in with his rather unusual famil;, kind of creepy but with that lyrical quality that makes Bradbury such a good read.

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    1. Oh yeah, great story. Actually, the book I mentioned, "From the Dust Returned" incorporates "The Homecoming" and a few other similar tales into a full novel...as Bradbury was wont to do. Check it out if you haven't.

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