Trick or treat till the neighbors die of fright
It's our town, everybody scream
In this town of Halloween --danny elfman, "this is halloween"
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Haddonfield Illinois is so well known for it's most infamous resident, Michael Audrey Meyers, that one wonders about the other sons of this mid-western town.
Wonder no longer; presented for your approval:
Wonder no more:1: Ugly fabric wall hanging that Katie got in trade for some jewelry that she made for a woman in Encino who could not afford to pay her.
2: Jameson King Bed from Raymour & Flanigan; Micah is still making payments on this.
3: Copy of Greg Capra's Intra-Day Trading Tactics.
4: Copy of the DVD, By Love Possessed.
5: Artificial plant that stands out like a sore thumb.
6: Portal to Hell (note: said portal is in the crawl space found in the hall closet).
7: Scuff marks made by demonic hoof prints.
8: Throw rug purchased at Crate and Barrel.
9: Scratches made by demonic claws.
10: Ineffective house alarm system central control panel.
Wonder no more:1: Steve might have voted for Jimmy Carter, but these days he's starting to feel like a lot of young professional men; suddenly, he's felt the calling to the dark side - that's a copy of Reagan: The Man, The President at his side.
2: Thank goodness, Diane still has an open mind - and a connection in L.A. where she can still score some good weed to keep her and the hubby, tuned in and turned on. Note the cigar box stash next to Steve, the joint he's trying to roll, and the doobie Diane is toking on.
3: The latest brochures for Cuesta Verde Estates - phase 6.
4: A book on preadolescence somnambulism.
5: Cheap Picasso knock off picked up at the Simi Valley Sears.
6:Full length mirror where Steve likes to admire his physique.
7: One of many portal's to hell can be found behind the drywall here.
8: Bottom drawer houses The Freeling's collection of sex toys, Joy Jelly, edible underwear and nude photos they took of each other whilst still in college.
9: Family photo taken on Independence Day last year.
10: 100 % Egyptian cotton sheets Diane bought at a chic store in Beverly Hills last month. She felt like such a sell out when first got these linens, but once she lay on them, she realized how good they felt.
Wonder no more:1: Latest issue of Variety.
2: Newest edition of"How to Survive your Child's Rebellious Teens" by Myron Brenton.
3: A pile of scripts to read including the latest re-write of "Crash Course".
4: Cup of Lipton's tea, laced with some Old Grand Dad (from the night before).
5: Pack of Winston's.
6: Photo of daughter, Regan Teresa, shot by Roman Polanski in Palm Springs last Easter weekend.
7: Under this side table is a curious little statue of the Demon Pazuzu - how it got there, no one knows.
8: Property of Warner Brother's Wardrobe Department; Chris like's this blouse, so she's probably going to keep it.
9: Handwritten note from President Richard Nixon, inviting Chris to the White house for dinner - he was a very big fan of MacNeil's and loved her in "Angel" (Just like Detective Kinderman did).
10: In this drawer, one will find a stash of unsent love letters to that handsome astronaut she plans on inviting to her cocktail party later this week.
Wonder no more:
1: Under Jesse's bed are a stash of magazines including, Blue Boy, Man Date, Jock and Pro Wrestling Illustrated.
2: A copy of John Rechy's City of Night, and a pamphlet from A Different Light bookstore that Jesse got two summer's ago when he went on vacation with his family to San Francisco
3: An awesome music collection including Grace Jones - Island Life, The Communards - Red, Bette Midler - The Divine Miss M, and of course,Wish & Fonda Rae - Touch Me All Night Long.
4: A collection of used Kleenex tissues - don't ask.
5: Third drawer of this dresser houses a hidden Beta-max VCR and several cassettes including, The Other Side of Aspen and Boys in the Sand.
6: Tom of Finland poster.
7: A stash of unsent love letters to Ron Grady can be found in this drawer.
8: In the bedside dresser drawer, Jess keeps a found copy of a picture of that cute guy, Glen, who used to live across the street from this house ... he wonder's what became of him.
9: Tennis racket given to him by his gym teacher, Coach Schneider
10: In the shoebox, Jess keeps an autographed copy of a program from Judy Garland at The Palace. Jess was given this keepsake by his confirmed bachelor uncle, Lance.
Ever wondered what you would find in the bedroom of the original "Final Girl", Laurie Strode?
Wonder no longer:
1: The first thing I notice is the James Ensor print on the wall. Ensor was a Belgium painter who created expressionist and surrealistic works of art. Of special note is his painting The Scandalized Masks... go ahead click on the link and take a look - I'll bet that Laurie's brother was fond of this print as well! Ensor had a thing for puppets, masks and skeletons - Trick or Treat!
2: The bloody red heart on the floor can symbolize a lot of things, but I think it's a deflated balloon left over from last year's Valentine's day - Laurie found it strung to her locker and took it home. There was no name, and no one took the credit, but deep down, she hoped it was from Ben Tramor.
3: The bottom drawer of the dresser is where Laurie keeps her passbook from Haddonfield Savings and Loan - Annie was right, she did have a small fortune stashed away from babysitting.
4: The Raggedy Ann doll was a gift from the social worker who took care of Laurie while she was in state custody as a child before The Strode's adopted her. Laurie thinks it came from her grandmother.
5: That's an electric typewriter. Laurie types up all of her term papers, as well as her homework.
6: The globe was an award from the Haddonfield Young Citizen's Club that Laure won when she was in 5th grade. Laurie won the award for her paper on world hunger.
7: That's a photo of two small children, Laurie found it at a flea market a few years ago - for some reason, she felt drawn to it, because a part of her believes she has a sibling out in the world somewhere ... of course, there's nothing to base that on, it's just a hunch.
8: She may be a good girl, but she's also a child of the 70's. Laurie keeps her stash of Blue Oyster Cult 8-tracks and nickle bags of weed in this little case. It has a lock on it so she does not have to worry about her mother looking in.
9: I have no idea what the damn straw hat is all about, but it's just begging to be commented on, so there's that.
10: Stashed in a drawer inside her bedside table you will find, knitting needles and thread, a book on self defense for women, a copy of "Our Bodies Ourselves", and a parcel of un-mailed love letters to Ben Tramor.
I guess this is one of those questions that will never be answered ... probably best to let the mystery be and just dwell on his unquestionable adorkableness.