**UPDATE (4/15/2015)** Here is a first-hand experience of Jason the Terrible from Google+ user David Zak, who commented on this story:
“I use to go to stampede wrestling in Edmonton with my brother, and when Jason The Terrible came to the ring I would almost sh*t my pants. I was terrified of Jason, and i was just a kid then. Maybe that had something to do with me being terrified of him. I just wanted to share that with you.”
ORIGINAL STORY:Just…let that sink in….Okay? So, yeah. Jason the Terrible was the Friday the 13th wrestler and wrestled in a hockey mask, which probably shouldn’t have been legal (copyrights, trademarks, and all that jazz). It’s kinda hard to punch a guy wearing a protective mask, PLUS his finishing move was a flying headbutt WITH THE MASK ON. Jeez, I guess you could get away with ANYTHING in Canada outside of swerving a member of the Hart wrestling family. Maybe take a cue from the indy circuit and bring a fake, invisible and imaginary gun to the ring and shoot your opponents. It’s fine; make sure you apologize to them for fake shooting them afterwards.
With Halloween coming around the corner this Wednesday, it’s fun to get into the spirit of the season with costumes, pumpkin-carving, trick-or-treating, horror movies, and…well…scary, haunted houses, or course. Whether your scare easy and hate it, scare easy and love it, or you just love scary movies in general (like myself), and have your collection of favorite films (one of my favorites is the one to the left, being the proud Texan that I am). While I’d love to on-and-on about my favorite horror films, you could just click this link for a brief synopsis of my favorite horror flicks, instead. For now, I’ll just stick to pictures of these architecturally frightening homes with the creaking doors and floors, dark corners, scary basements, and trembling walls surrounded by frightening weather. Also, most of these houses you can actually still go to and see them in person for yourself! Continue reading “Halloween & Hollywood Show the Scary Side of Architecture”