Double, double toil and trouble;
Fire burn and cauldron bubble.

To all those cackly witches, sexy haired vampires, and wart-chinned snake wizards out there, get out your Ouija boards because All Hallows Eve is approaching. For those of you that are "too busy" or "too old" or "too cool" to even get a little bit excited to channel in the dark spirits of the Underworld, then I hope Michael Myers comes after you during the day while you're having your first cup of coffee and least expect it. I'd tell him, "Go for the stomach; it looks the most painful!"

It juuuuuuust so happens, October is my favorite month. Particularly because despite whether or not I truly believe in ghosts, demons, monsters, or pure evil, for some reason or another, the last few weeks in October always seem a bit more eerie. It's a feeling that is best described as just simply unsettling. And what couldn't be more perfect is that I recently moved to Boston, a city full of lost souls and just a half-hour away from Salem. 

Best known as Witch Town, USA, this is the exact spot where crazy religious fanatics put several people to their death just because they may have had a few frizzy hairs, a hole in their shoe, or a slight case of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Though, by all means, if this is in actuality a perfect description of a witch, then I must admit I probably am one. And therefore, if I'm a witch, then maybe it's time to ask what the hell are you? It's possible Lady Gaga is not the stupid head she looks. Perhaps we are all just a bunch of little monsters. So, in honor of Lady Gaga having at least a peanut for a brain, I give you a playlist to remind you that something wicked is always just around the corner...