31 Days of Spoooktacular: Rock and Shock (The Event)


I keep trying to condense all of this into one picture or thought that encompasses the entire event, but it’s just not possible.


There are the celebrities. The few we actually talked to were absurdly nice and patient with our mumbling and limp handshakes.


All around me, I see adulation for a genre that gets very little love outside of a small subset of fans. From modern horror to the old classics: everyone is here to share in their love of being scared.


It’s the feeling of being with a bunch of people who love what I love, who work to create what I love. It’s bring surrounded by creators and artists and fans. It’s invigorating and energizing and l plan on coming back next year.


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