All Hallow's Eve

After sneaking through a temporally claustrophobic schedule punctuated by moments of enjoyment vis. retroactive Russel recovery and crowbar defense 101, I managed to assemble a costume and enjoy a happy Halloween. In keeping with Nick, Max, Russell, and the two Rachels's theme of Fight Club, I was an evil minion. It's somewhat anticlimactic when your everyday clothing is suitable for bringing about the downfall of civilization, but it fit the part well.

Visited the haunted Evans and Nourse, which was amazing. The volunteers put an incredible amount of work (and ketchup) into converting the dorms, and it really paid off well. The image that sticks in my head afterwards isn't the zombies, knives, or blood stains, but the old tunnels covered in graffiti. Poems, drawings, satanic inscriptions and promises to loved ones, marks of furtive exploration and drunken success, logos of sports teams emblazoned in white and blue spray paint, paintings from "Where the Wild Things Are", lyrics of songs and fragments of descriptive prose, all carefully preserved within a musty corridor, unobserved beneath the feet of passers-by. One could spend hours simply reading and exploring these endlessly annotated passageways. It's something no photograph can capture, though I wish it were possible to do so.

Maybe some day I'll have the opportunity to return.

Katie
Katie, on

YAY! for commenting! Yay!

Anyways, this will actually have substance, I promise. I know how you feel about the tunnels. I got to walk through them before the Haunted House started. I wish I could have stayed longer reading everything. It was a weird yet awesome feeling thinking about the people that passed through there long ago. What were they like? Where are they now?

Yeah. Ok. Reminiscing over. Is that spelled right? Probably not. Anyways, I’m commenting! Yay! We covered that though. Whoops.

So before this gets way out of hand and I ramble on too much, I’ll sign out.

Until next time!

The Sucker of Your Juicy, Tasty Rods,

Katie

(Wow, that was really dirty. Sorry. I apologize profusely. *bows*)

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