Prince of Arkham Asylum
We just watched a really good new flick called "Scary Stories To Tell In the Dark". It's a classic teenagers getting themselves in trouble during Halloween kind of "horror" flick. I'd call it more of a thriller than a horror flick. I highly recommend it, but not exactly scary. Anyway, there was a great scarecrow in the movie of course guarding a corn field. I'd love to incorporate "Harold" into my graveyard, but I started wondering if a scarecrow in a graveyard makes sense? Of course I've seen it in home haunts, but does it make sense is my question. I'm cursed with sometimes paralyzing myself with logic. I'm just trying to justify adding "Harold" to the yard logically. Help anyone?