It’s about that time of the year creeps!

Starting out on a personal update, I would like to say I am sorry for the inactivity on keepingitcreepymn. It is the beginning of the end of yet another year of college classes. I am now swamped with multiple papers all basically asking the same question: What have you learned and accomplished this term? If only I could just say, in -9 and 2/3 of a page, I learned a lot.

Not only is this the cramming period, the time college students become crazed animals living off of Redbull and leftover Thanksgiving remnants, but it is the point of emptying our wallets at the nearest Target and pulling out or cutting down the iconic Christmas tree. We all now experience the overwhelming panic of what we are getting everybody for Christmas and what are we doing this year for holiday vacation. Things will get ugly and if you think of Elf on the Shelf or the tale of an old man in a red suit coming down the fireplace wanting to give all the little children candy and presents if they were good, just a bit creepy.

What happens if you were a bad little child this year? Well, you might be lucky to get Jack’s version: Sandy Claws.

Yet, I am more prone to believe in Krampus, an anti-Santa who punishes the bad children vs. giving the good ones treats, and will be celebrating the 5th by watching A Very Supernatural Christmas and reading Krampus the Yule Lord by Brom. Why did I say the 5th exclusively? Well, December 5th is known as Krampusnacht in mostly European countries like Germany and Norway, Los Angeles has recently kind of picked up the day. On the evening of Krampusnacht, men dress up as Krampus and lurk around with switches during a parade or a festival and women dress up as Frau Perchta, another Christmas bad.  Makes me wish, yet again, that I lived over yonder for another holiday not commonly celebrated in America, but I will gladly celebrate it by myself with simple replacements.

Lastly, if you’re like me and get your jollies off by decorating your home and tree with Halloween décor and would like to be reading scary tales of evil Christmas monsters this year, then just click on this link to get yourself started: 9 Legendary Monsters of Christmas. If you would wish to go further, I would recommend picking up a copy of Krampus the Yule Lord at your nearest Barnes & Noble or Amazon. To go even further like me, Dellamorte & Co offers some beautiful Krampus tree ornaments at their etsy shop.

Krampus Ornament


People to Scare, Places to Haunt.

Seeing as we are well underway into October, I thought this would be a great time to share with you some of the best places to be this month! Here is a list of the many Haunted attractions (and one Monster Mash) during the best time of the year:

1. Halloween Haunt at ValleySCARE

2. Nightmare Hallow Screampark

3. William A. Irvin Haunted Ship Tours

Who doesn’t want to go on a haunted ship with a maze inside??

4. Crypticon/Dance of the Dead

This is a convention that I thought was important to include and a fun dance in the same building!

5. The Soap Factory’s Unhinged in the Haunted Basement

6. Trail of Terror

7. Spud Spooktakular Trail

8. Scream Town

This year I have decided to join in on the Haunt and will be visiting Scream Town. I have not been to a haunted attraction in years due to punching in the face, or extreme yawning. This year though I have let my sister talk me into going with her on the 25th.

Here is a video just in case anyone would like to join me,

9. OR if you like more natural haunted sites like me here is a link to some real life haunted places. The Anoka State Hospital being one of my most frequented places in high school seeing as it is in its backyard. Plus, the small cemetery which used to have unnamed plots, is placed right along the entrance road on a hill.

Does anyone else have any places they would like to share? Comment below!