Zombies? Nukes? Mayans? Even without an apocalypse every other week, government cliffs, and all of the other issues we face, sometimes the best we can hope for is to just live to see another day.
This is a visit from the ghost of Christmas past. Of all the casts I have made, I listen to this one more that any other. Nothing like a little necrophilia and death to make your holiday a little darker.
Ever notice that Halloween and Christmas get all of the press while poor little Thanksgiving gets stuffed in a corner. Nobody puts Thanksgiving in a corner! Here are two mixes all about feeding our face! Time to get stuffed.
Hello fellow Halloweeniers, the season is almost here. How about a little mood music as we get ready to spread a little fear? Let the season begin.
This is an oldie but a goodie. While working in the real world, I find I often need a dose of Halloween to make the day a little more grim and gloomy. When I was but a lad, I used to spend all summer in my dark, cool basement with my black light and record player spinning tales of horror for myself and friends. Here is a past cast of classic Halloween stories. Listen to them at work, in the car, or find a dark corner of your own and let the spirit of Halloween pay you a visit.
There are times when I miss doing my old Gravecasts. I had the itch to do another mix, just for myself. Again, I just wanted some new stuff to listen to at work or in my car. If you are working, making some Halloween props, or just chilling, here is a little background music for the next time that you have an Hour to Kill
Well, my grave robbing little friend, you have come to the right place. Gravecast
is giving away sound effects!
All of the sounds are yours to keep. Use it in your haunt, use it in your yard, or just fill up your iPod and creep out while sitting along in the darkness. Links are posted here and on my blog. You can even use our RSS feed to have the sounds sent right to you. Who knows, we might send along an extra treat here and there for those wanting to get fed. This is just our way to try to help make your Halloween just a little darker.
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