Creepy Crawley Asheville

Come my little ghoulies, and join me for
a spooktacular afternoon and evening in the devilishly delightful Asheville
hang out with friends
For my first victim, Riverside Cemetery.
no relation, hopefully
good place to rest you bones
What better way to celebrate our local
history than a picnic amongst some of our most famous citizens {or least what
remains of them, muwhahahaha!} Check out the tombstones, mausoleums and
monuments that adorn the cemetery. Our dearly departed range from political
figures like Zebulon Vance to authors such as O’Henry and Thomas Wolf. Spend
the afternoon on the walking tour {the pdf download is located here}. Then stay
until dusk, so you can hobnob with their spirits.
But what to dine on during this
hauntingly good time?
Blood is too blasé and brains are so
last month.  Put the perfect bite for even the pickiest werewolf in your
basket.  Old Europe offers treats from the Old Country with pastries,
cookies and of course my favorite, coffee.  No garlic for these vampires,
unless of course you slice in for a savory snack.  Featured below is the
dying to be eaten Lemon Bavarian.
this was to die for.
And for the Final Act…
They’re Creepy, and They’re Kooky
They are performing until October 26th,
Fridays through Sundays {show times vary}
Their altogether ooky,
The Addam’s Family Musical at the AshevilleCommunity Theater!


Photos by Misha Schmiedecke / Misha at Studio M — with Mary Chamberlain Harlan, Leslie Lang, Henry Casson, Jacob Lawrence Walas and Mark Jones.
Well my terrible terrors after so many
horrendously fun things, I shall see you on the other side… 

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