Halloween countdown: Skeleton Theatre site, HP jack-o-lanterns

Two nights till Halloween! As we count down … first, a photo from what promises to be one of the wildest Halloween night events in West Seattle (and it continues the night AFTER Halloween as well) — Skeleton Theatre at 36th & Hanford. This free neighborhood production drew thousands last year; this year, the Skeleton Theatre team has a website up with lots of info about the show, the people, when and where to see it. And they sent this cool photo:


And we continue showcasing the pumpkin photos you’re sending. In honor of the High Point award mentioned earlier, here are three jack-o-lanterns by a family in HP — first by Rachel; next by Galen; then, by Michael (more later!):




3 Replies to "Halloween countdown: Skeleton Theatre site, HP jack-o-lanterns"

  • Bob October 29, 2007 (7:04 pm)

    I’m not sure what I’m looking at in that bottom photo; any ideas anyone?

  • WSB October 29, 2007 (7:10 pm)

    Sorry, we should have included the family’s explanation: “The Invisible Pink Unicorn.” Which we hadn’t previously heard of … but now we have learned something new.

  • Scott October 31, 2007 (9:49 am)

    To get a better sense of “The Invisible Pink Unicorn” and its implications, check out the Wikipedia write-up: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Invisible_Pink_Unicorn

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