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The only time I got to go to a big vacation as a child was in Disney World right before the Misfits legacy of brutality shirt came out. I was a 12 year old who loved scary movies (at least the ones I was allowed to watch). I BEGGED and bugged my parents for months about letting me see the movie when it came out. They gave in despite their reservations, and I can honestly say, the hype in my mind was met and exceeded by the movie (rare in my experience— other ones I can think of that were like that were Terminator 2, Jurassic Park, Labyrinth, Time Bandits, and the Dark Crystal).
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Greyfriars kirkyard is a graveyard, located in the busy and beautiful Misfits legacy of brutality shirt, known for its history of stolen dead bodies. It is the graveyard where mass burial took place. I am not able to recall the exact number of graves but the cemetery became so over-saturated during a plague outbreak in the 18th century, that the bodies of the deceased had to be buried one over the other. A lot of grave robbing (body snatching) took place during the ’80s by grave robbers, who were believed to disturb the unprotected graves at night, steal dead bodies and sell it to medical professionals for dissection purpose just to earn some amount of money say 10 pounds (which was considered a huge amount back then). This is one of the events which made this particular graveyard earn its reputation of being the most haunted. If you disturb the souls of the deceased, do you think it will let you live in peace?
The Eve, however, is when the dead are said to be called up from their rest by Old Man Death (who is meant to play a fiddle, but for effect the orchestral soloist plays the more haunting viola). He plays then rattles his boney knuckles on each gravestone to call the skeletons up to dance (xylophone). I won’t tell you the whole story here, but do your homework and find the story and the recording. Now if the whole dance of the dead isn’t satanic then nothing ever will be, but, my word, it’s most entertaining. If you have a friend with a deep, theatrical, rich voice to tell the story, so much the better. I play the viola, but I know I couldn’t do this piece justice; my fingers must be stiffer than Old Man Death’s. Now there is a sobering thought.