What is it about us humans that like to be totally scared?
I am no different, I love horrors, haunted houses, paranormal events, horror stories etc
When I was a little girl my favourite programme ever was “Rent a ghost “…ok, I know that program wasn’t scary, but I didn’t sleep for days after watching a doctor who episode about huge slimey slug like creatures invading London.
Time hasn’t changed me at all. My current scary fix is the new, “American Horror Raoake ” Wow, is this little series scary!
Yesterday whilst wandering down the back streets of Kochi a dog joined us. He seemed a little thirsty, it was a hot sticky day and we were carrying water, so I found a large leaf that could be used as a bowl and gave him water
Well that was it, it appeared we were now proud owners of an obedient dog that followed us everywhere. He sat outside shops and waited for us then toddled along beside us every step we made
When we went into the Maritime Museum I thought, we will surely loose him now as there were security on the door. We entered the museum and less than 5 minutes later, he had entered too and was along side us again inside the museum grounds!
And quite a little poser he was too, when a group of men started to take photos of a military plane, he joined them and became a bigger centre of attention than the plane,
with each group member having an individual photo taken with “Shiva ” , yes by this stage we had given him a name
So the rest of the day progressed with Shiva along side us, until the evening came. .and suddenly. ..he left us
I went to see a scary movie yesterday with my daughter, “Annibelle: Creation ” and it was jolly scary
Yes, it was a horror but only a 15 rating, it was a haunted house story with a possesed doll.
The film manages to grab you from the off, take you into a world of dark rooms and creaking doors with many many many good “jumps “and “aaaaagh” moments.
We left feeling rather like we needed a little trauma counselling. Not bad for a movie about a doll.