Friday, October 27, 2006

True Fear in the Boroughs

From The New Yorker's Talk of the Town:
DEPT. OF DEMOGRAPHICS
WORST NIGHTMARES
Issue of 2006-10-30
Posted 2006-10-23

“No one’s really afraid of Frankenstein,” Timothy Haskell said the other day. Last Halloween, Haskell, a theatre director, staged a public haunted house on the Lower East Side, and so many people showed up that hundreds never made it inside. “We realized that we had to turn away a lot of local people,” Haskell said. So this year he put up haunted houses in all five boroughs, tailored to prey on the fears... more>>


1 comment:

gnightgirl said...

this is very interesting halloween news. I'll be repeating it tonight, when I'm oot and aboot.