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    Michael Meyers of course!

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    I had the common favorites when i was a kid going to see them in the movies. The ones I can't stop thinking about now ,and for the last 28years would be the Lady in the White Dress with long dark hair,the pair of Legs that walked into the room after making all the appropriate walking sounds and door opening sounds.
    The "Voice" that called my name from the back of an empty room.
    My Wife's Least favorites are the Crying Woman behind the door at 2AM. The Doorknob turner (A "Turner Classic!") has visited us three times now,of course no one is ever there.
    " The Runner" in the mirror,runs behind our October employee as he is checking his make up,but runs an impossible course with no exit,very smoothly and quietly,too quiet.
    My most impressive one will probably always be the Ghost of the 14 yr. old Redhead girl who ran passed a psychic in my front room scaring him to make him jump and scream. The night before she had kissed me four times across my forehead as I was waking having fallen asleep in a chair, with all the lights "ON" and the TV on too. (She had given me "The Kiss Of Death" but I fooled them and avoided dieing.
    Then there is the opera singer in the wine cellar, (At least she sounded like one to me.) Myself and two young women also heard her that night at 2AM. Maybe she is also the screamer down there sometimes,as heard by three of us one night.
    Then there is one who listens and then turns something "ON" a second or two after I mention the device.
    This old 1865 INN has been a busy place with scary things happening here sometimes.. but it is "Interesting". Sorry Freddie,Jason,Vincent, Bela.Lon,Boris.
    "My Insanity is well-respected, until they wiggle free and become a stringer for a tabloid"

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    Frankenstein was where this whole thing started for me and despite many years of new innovations in horror and monsters in general, I revere Frankenstein as the Daddy of them all.
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    Pinhead!
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    "friendly fairy, witch, or fay fulfil the wish you wish to day" merry hallowe'en
    when black cats prowl and pumpkins gleam. may luck be yours on hallowe'en

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    Richard Nixon no the original Werewolf.

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    GW...For real? You have ghosts?

    Much as I love Halloween, I can only do pretend ghosts, like Casper and Disney HM. Anything else scares the heck outta me! I'd have to move!

    nopenopenopenopenopenopenope! RUNNING!!!!!

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    I think my newest favorites are the animatronics from Five Nights at Freddy's. They're a fear that I haven't really thought of before, but find them incredibly scary. From original "monsters," I love Frankenstein and any ghost from Japanese movies.

    Edit: And I forgot Sam from Trick r Treat! He's my new favorite
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    Dracula, due to the tragic romantic elements and the fact that he has class in spite of what he is, sometimes even struggling with his actions.

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    I'm rather fond of Norman Bates.

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    It's a toss up betwen Frankenstein or Michael Myers. Of course, I might even add Creature From the Black Lagoon because that face is a tiny bit frightening...

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