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Haunting Images for Creepy Halloween Partys

Haunting Images for Creepy Halloween Partys

31. October 2016 - by marius

The creepiest holiday of the year is here! Every year on Halloween – which supposedly the Irish brought to America – kids and adults alike disguise themselves in creepy ways to go Trick or Treating or partying. This tradition has gained a lot of attraction over the last decades and is now celebrated all over the world. Movies like Tim Burton’s well known “Nightmare before Christmas” or John Carpenter’s “Halloween” contributed to this holidays fame. They are often used as inspiration for costumes or party themes. Skeletons, ghosts, werewolves and zombies can be spotted roaming the streets on the night from the 31st of October to the 1st of November.

12 Free Creepy Images to Spice Up Your Halloween Party

What better way to get into the Halloween mood than with some spooky free images. Wether you print them or display them on a big screen. These images will make your Halloween party even more haunting. No tricks, just treats! These images are all licensed under a CC0 license, which makes them basically free to use in any way you want!

Use them in your Facebook posts. Scare your co-workers as you set them a new desktop wallpaper, when they aren’t looking. Put them underneath the loo flap. Project them on your house wall. Or simply take a good look at them to get yourself a bit spooked today!

Get creative and spice up your favorite holiday!

Beer images for 500 years Reinheitsgebot

Beer images for 500 years Reinheitsgebot

22. April 2016 - by Hendrik Luehrsen

For over 500 years now the “Reinheitsgebot”, the German Beer Purity Law is a set of regulations, that ensures that only a handful of ingredients can be used in the process of making beer in Germany. Only four main ingredients are allowed in the making: Water, Hops, Barley and Yeast. And it doesn’t matter which kind you drink. Lagers, stouts, pale ale, almost all traditional flavors are made with just these ingredients.

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