It’s that time of the year, folks, when ghosts, goblins, werewolves, spooks and other fantastic creatures come out of the woodwork.
Yes, tomorrow is Halloween. This is, of course, a holiday for ghoulish fun, so in keeping with that, a couple of nights ago I watched the 1933 Boris Karloff movie, “The Ghoul,” in which Karloff returns from the dead to exact revenge against those who had wronged him. (I must admit, however, that my favorite to watch for this occasion is the classic “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown,” which I will hopefully get to, as well.)
As for photos, well, I don’t think I made any new Halloween photos this year but for one from Hong Kong’s Central district, which is filled with high end shops such as this one, so here it is, at the top. A selection of some older images that are right for the occasion are below.