On Friday, I received this chilling image containing a beautiful message. I have been chosen. I have officially been invited to the NYC Halloween Haunted House Spring Haunt!
So, now I wait once again. What comes next? My excitement fades to concern. My memory reminds me of the warning: “There are 62 invitations going out and only 20 tickets available – so don’t get too comfortable if you’ve been invited.”
I won’t be able to truly relax until I have a ticket in my hand.
My mission to attend the Vortex Theatre’s exclusive off-season haunt officially began when I received three e-mails yesterday at 10:29am-10:30am from NYC Halloween Haunted House. Each e-mail contained one dot (.) creating an ellipsis or ‘suspension point.’
These masters of suspense have me checking my e-mail obsessively.
How long will the suspense last? How long will they toy with us? There are 62 invitations going out and only 20 tickets available. Once the invitations go out it will be a cutthroat battle to see who can secure their visit to this exclusive and unconventional off-season haunt.
NYC’s scariest haunted house will strike fear into its invited guests at a secret location this April. To receive an invitation you must have attended one of their previous haunts. The Raven & Black Cat is keeping their fingers crossed that they receive an invitation to this bone-chilling exclusive event.
This afternoon I was discovering all the latest fads to hit the ‘Hoodie’ in the past few years. Apparently while I wasn’t looking the Hoodie has evolved into a costume for every day life. And everyone knows how much I love costumes. So here are my favorite Hoodies to add to your holiday gift list.
Turn heads with a famous face printed on your hood! Current offerings: Ralphie from ‘A Christmas Story,’ Red Riding Hood, Abraham Lincoln, Sock Monkey, All Ears, Lego Man, Amelia Earhart, and Bill Cosby. Check out their Classic Collection of famous faces here.
Prices start at $49.99
If you are in the NYC area now through January 2nd you must catch a performance of the emo rock musical, ‘Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson,’ playing to rave reviews at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre on Broadway.
You’ve Never Seen American History Like This…
Discount Tickets Available Here Until December 19, 2010.