The next time you think it would be funny to scare the living daylights out of someone, you might want to consider this: medical experts say that an intense fright can severely stun the heart, enough even to kill a perfectly healthy human being.
There's a chill in the air, brandy is slowly edging out rum as the drink of choice, and the skin around our eyes is brutally chapped -- must be Autumn! And you know what that means -- time for some laughs courtesy of perennial favorite Nightmares Fear Factory, a haunted house in Niagara Falls with a hidden camera that takes pictures of people while they're having the crap scared out of them. Hilarious! (As long as it isn't us.)
Between your foolproof stencil of Justin Bieber's face and an endless supply of premium 99 cent carving tools, you probably envisioned yourself minutes away from that dreamy pop star pumpkin glowing all over your neighbors' jealous faces. What could go wrong?
Halloween has come and gone but that doesn't change the fact that we still have certain fears year round. According to a recent survey by Harris Interactive that we talked about today, Netscape reports that our greatest fear of all is being in a plane crash. What? That is the biggest fear? Here is a list of the top five things we fear the most:
At a Saturday night Halloween party sponsored by Midori, Kim Kardashian (who doesn't go anywhere unless she's paid to) stuck with the melon liqueur's green theme by dolling herself up as a rather bedraggled-looking mermaid, complete with a sailor in the form of Kanye West.
Apparently people haven't always celebrated Halloween the way that we do today, which is weird, because we sort of assumed "Sexy Referee Costume" was one of those timeless classics that had been around since the days of ancient Rome. It turns out people used to actually be kind of charming and thoughtful, instead of just smearing their bodies with glitter and pointedly refusing to drink anything less than 100 proof. Here's an example.
Thanks to everyone who came out for Channel 95-7's first annual Boo Bash at the David D. Hunting YMCA right in downtown Grand Rapids. We had a fantastic time hanging out with all of you and seeing the awesome costumes all of the kids were sporting. Check out a gallery of photos from the day after the jump!
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