Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Horror At The Casa

Casa Loma has a special event going on through the month of October called "Legends of Horror" which involves a self-guided tour through the 5 acre gardens and then into dark chambers beneath the castle itself. Looking through these gates I could see various ghoulish vignettes which had been set up along the path. I don't think I will be taking the tour!
Taking part in Signs, Signs. Click HERE to see more signs from around the world.
Taking part in Good Fences. Click HERE to see more fences from around the world.

29 comments:

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Oh go on Pat, be brave 😊 Joking, I wouldn't be going either 😀

Gosia k said...

Scary place

Tom said...

Halloween sure has become a BIG deal these days.

Lowell said...

I must be getting old but I don't understand any of this nor do I understand zombie movies ... Halloween is crazy. Our neighborhood has gotten the reputation of handing out the best candy. So on Halloween night, we have hundreds of cars and more people dragging kids in costume from house to house begging for candy and most all of them live in other parts of town or maybe in other parts of the state for all I know. Aargh!

William Kendall said...

Oh, go for it!

There's a historical village here in the east end that's doing a Hallowe'en theme late in the month.

Christine said...

Too scary for me!

bill burke said...

I just not interested these days for something like this. I wonder what kind of surprises lurk down below.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Booooo! Skary! I'd skip that tour too.

Halcyon said...

I am sure this is going to be a fun event! I'd go if I was there. :)

VioletSky said...

I think I'd go. Come along, Pat, I'll hold your hand if you get really scared!

Andy said...

That skull looks awesome.

Lesley said...

I'm wondering how much rum might be on offer??

Norma Ruttan said...

I haven't liked Halloween since I was a kid, and I don't enjoy places like that. My youngest would call me a fuddy-duddy. But I know that the age of kids I taught my last 19 years (1st grade) that only Christmas beats out Halloween, and the 3rd favorite "holiday" was Valentine's Day. :)

Taken For Granted said...

I have always liked Halloween. As a kid I got to collect more candy than I could eat in a week. Now I enjoy giving candy out to the neighborhood kids. They are often young, and a bit shy when they ring the bell. I have never thought of Casa Loma as filled with Horror. Interesting.

Stefan Jansson said...

That sounds a bit different. We don't have anything like this in my area, but I'd probably go if we did.

TexWisGirl said...

more power to anyone who loves horror. :)

Cloudia said...

Real life and politics are too frightening right now.

happywonderer.com said...

I don't think I'll take the walk either. Nice photo!

Catalyst said...

I don't think my Pacemaker could handle it!

Linda said...

I guess I am jaded. I would rather tour in full daylight.

Silver Willow said...

yeah, I'm a wuss. I never understood why being scared would be fun. ;)

Laura. M said...

We enter .... 😉 🙋

carol l mckenna said...

What fun to come at the castle and neat gate/fence shot too! Thanks!

Wishing you a Happy Week ~ ^_^

Lea said...

Wow! Wonderful fence and gate, but I will skip the tour, too.

Jim said...

Great entrance

LV said...

Very nice fence and gate. I am not big on Halloween, especially things that might be scary.

Jack said...

Several places around here have horror events in October, too. I guess it is a way to get some visitors and some admission money.

bettyl-NZ said...

Nicely done. I love the old iron gates like this but I am not a big fan of Halloween and spooky stuff.

Ida said...

Cool looking gate. I love Halloween but I don't like being "scared" by super gory stuff.