If you’re looking to put some spook in your speakers for your Halloween bizarre, here it is! A list of creepy music.
Drop this eerie list in your surround sound. Put a scary movie on the home theater and let the spine chilling begin.
- Your Halloween Playlist
Bat out of Hell, Meatloaf
Black Magic Woman, Santana
Devil with the Blue Dress On, Mitch Ryder
Evil Ways, Santana
Evil Woman, Electric Light Orchestra
Friend of Devil, Grateful Dead
Ghostbusters, Ray Parker, Jr.
I Put a Spell on You, Screaming Jay Hawkins
Little Devil, Neil Sedaka
Monster Mash, Bobby “Boris” Pickett
People Are Strange, Echo + The Bunnymen
Pet Sematary, The Ramones
Psycho Killer, Talking Heads
Season of the Witch, Donovan
Somebody’s Watching Me, Rockwell
Spooky, Atlanta Rhythm Section
Sympathy for the Devil, Rolling Stones
That Old Black Magic, Frank Sinatra
Thriller, Michael Jackson
This is Halloween (from Nightmare Before Christmas)
Werewolves of London, Warren Zevon
Witchy Woman, Eagles
Zombie Zoo, Tom Petty
- Theme Songs
Bram Stoker’s Dracula
Casper the Friendly Ghost
Phantom of the Opera
Tales from the Crypt
and, ANY SONG from the Rocky Horror Picture Show, of course. Can you think of any other Halloween Music? Maybe a Psycho track? What do you like to thump through your dolby’s to get you in a frightful mood?
Keep Bulloch Beautiful Director, Jenna Lawson, dropped this in our mail bag today.
The Center for Sustainability and the University Wellness Program at Georgia Southern are pleased to announce Majora Carter as our spring Sustainability Seminar Series speaker. Many thanks to Campus Life Enrichment Committee for additional support. Carter is a strong voice of environmental justice and the green collar economy, and shows by example how environmental and economic sustainability can go hand-in-hand, creating both jobs that lead to economic stability and green initiatives that improve the health of individuals and their surrounding environment.
Majora Carter will speak at 7pm on Feb. 15 in the Performing Arts Center on the Georgia Southern Campus. Her lecture is entitled: “Green the ghetto and how much it won’t cost us.”
Her lecture is open to the Georgia Southern community as well as the general public and we encourage you to attend! The first 800 people will be seated in the Performing Arts Center, with overflow seating for 300 in the Assembly Hall. Please forward on to those you think might be interested.
Please note that Majora was on the NBC Nightly News this week as one of 100 History Makers in the Making. Feel free to view this 3 min. clip:
Click here to see the event flyer. Please contact Dr. Lissa Leege for more information:
Lissa M. Leege, Ph.D
Director, Center for Sustainability, Georgia Southern University
PO Box 8042 Statesboro, GA 30460 912-478-0800, 912-478-0845