I do the same thing every year and it annoys my wife.
About a month before Halloween she gives me some costume ideas and I say anything, she picks one, gets me approved and I say, yeah, sure it works. Then Halloween comes along and I don’t want to wear what we chose to be our costume, I moan like a kid and she is stuck picking a new costume for her or wearing half a couple costume on her own. Don’t be like me, pick a costume now and you can do it with a little help from my friends.
Danbury area residents share terrifying and hilarious Halloween costume ideas for 2021
We asked listeners to Ethan and Lou Radio Show (I-95) to send us a photo of their all-time favorite Halloween costume and they sent out the following submissions using the I mobile app. -95 Rock, which is free to download. on Google Play or the App Store.
Seriously, there are no original ideas, just great ideas that have been stolen and improved upon. Steal a costume from one of the photos above and have a Halloween that will undoubtedly be better than mine.
PS I know it’s a month away, but a lot of people are starting to plan even earlier than that, so get out of my back.
Explore beyond the rusty gates of Danbury’s oldest graveyard on Wooster Street
I live right next to Wooster Street Cemetery and every time I pass I am always struck by how strange it is. You have this beautiful quiet place which is dedicated to the people who were buried there, in the middle of a busy city and hardly anyone ever goes there. I decided to go take a closer look around and see what was beyond the iron gates and stone walls.
Nuclear Lake in Pawling, NY has an explosive history
Nuclear Lake isn’t just a smart name, it’s a literal name. Tucked away in the woods of Pawling, NY, was once a secret research center. On the shores of the 55-acre body of water were laboratories carrying out experiments using uranium and plutonium. The lake is accessible to anyone walking the Appalachian Trail in Dutchess County, but should they?
Inside the opening night for Danbury Trashers’ Netflix documentary
The premier was open to the public and would take place inside the building where the Trashers played hockey, the Danbury Ice Arena. I decided to watch the movie at home before going to the event. I wanted to use the time spent in the arena to interview the characters in the film and to give an overview of the night. It was my evening, with the cast of the film and the Trashers.