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Halloween is nearly here. From the the fairy tales, shows such as for example for instance The Wizard of Oz, Twilight Zone, Godzilla and the Atomic Age, all issues that shaped my generation’s creativity and gave us an expression of the magic in life. I recall the witches hat I wore almost every year and how Halloween influenced my entire life, from the women’s movement to raising my own personal, personal child. Mega Con now reflects that sense of magical creativity in people today.

When I was a youngster I had one Outfit, that was a witch’s hat, perhaps a black dress or perhaps a cape. All From the is that hat which served me a lot more than many seasons. Sometimes my costume would vary and I’d dress as a hobo, easy; old clothes and charcoal. There have been made off the rack costumes that I really could remember, back the 1950’s.

The Witch held a fascination for me personally as she lived in the woods, made brews, and had a rapport with animals. She was scary and issues that scare were popular even if I was young. Although she held a host to fear and misgiving, she was fun to play on Halloween.

Plays by William Shakespeare were television special’s in early 1950’s. I remember seeing the Witches from Macbeth, and I ran across it interesting that one was young and pretty. I recall my sister making me up for Halloween when I was hardly any, with my witch’s hat and lipstick, and telling me that I will be, “the Pretty Witch “.

Reading was a concern for me personally because I’m dyslexic which was considered a lazy brain back then. Alice and Jerry did not cut it for me, just too slow to read. I lost my focus. My oldest sister started reading Fairy Tales if you ask me, and this grabbed my imagination. Because of the I developed a pursuit in books and reading.

Being a nature lover from perhaps forever, I loved being outside more frequently than cooped up in the house. These individuals of the Fairy Tale lived so near nature. They got word of bad goings on from the beaks of crows, raised swans, lived in marshes, and were punished with toads, lizards and spiders. Children walked in the woods during the night guided by the big Cryptocurrency and when they died, angels came in large feathered wings and swept them around heaven.

Annually, in the fall,The Wizard of Oz was on Television. What a strange movie it absolutely was, even strictly in black and white, since color TV hadn’t been invented. The Wizard Of Oz artfully used the magic of Technicolor on the silver screen, because it amazed audiences by contrasting the tiny Kansas farm where Dorothy lived, which was filmed in sepia tones, with the wonder of Technicolor, which she saw when she stepped though her door into the entire world of Oz. This color change brought the magical host to Oz into focus like nothing else could. The arrival of fall meant seeing once again, The Wizard of Oz, featuring its tale of magic and witches, both good and bad and values, love, and courage.

When Rod Serling’s TV show, The Twilight Zone hit the scene in 1959, concepts of a reality that could be distorted kept me thinking, as fear stalked me weeks on end; not as I would ever give it down, mind you. This was the sort of good fear that keeps you alert as life took on another dimension. I do believe Twilight Zone itself made me an enthusiastic reader of science fiction books.

On Saturday morning in the early 60’s, Ghoulardi, who hailed from Cleveland was on the TV; a traveling head surrounded by vibrating, sound activated energy waves. Ghoulardi had the classics like Godzilla and similar shows with insects grown large from the results of radiation. Radiation and the potential of nuclear war were issues we were learning to deal with in grade and middle school; crouching by your desk or in hallways of school using your arms protecting your neck. Duck and cover and don’t touch the lockers, they might be radiated. That’s been the full time of the Cuban missile crisis once the Russians and Communists were all section of the big scary.

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