May Eve 2015

Happy May Eve!

The Honest Courtesan

Today is May Eve, long recognized as the spring equivalent of Halloween.  For the past few years I’ve presented lists of scary things to enjoy on the day; in 2012 it was my list of the scariest short stories, in 2013 my list of the scariest television show episodes, and in 2014 a collection of all sorts of different scary things.  In the leadup to Halloween each year, I usually call attention to spooky links and horror-themed columns, and of course a lot of my stories are horror; since Halloween “Left Behind“, “Magna Mater” and “Surprise” all fall into that category.  So if you’re unfamiliar with the May Eve traditions, read up on them in my previous columns, and if you’re a fan of horror fiction there are a number of treasures here for your enjoyment.  Blessed Be, dear readers…

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  1. Thumbup · April 30, 2015

    I have forgotten about the May day thing! I remember long ago when I was a kid still in school. We would make a May Day baskets. Never knew why or what May Day is about. Going to take a peek at the link you provided.
    Happy May Day Eve to you to.

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    • Gale A. Molinari · April 30, 2015

      It used to be a very big holiday but when the Pagans were discredited it was pushed aside until it was taken over by the Communists of all people!! Wonderful time of year it should be celebrated.

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  3. Thumbup · April 30, 2015

    Wow. Never knew that! I keep learning new stuff since I came here at you all blogger’s site!

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