5 Nights at Nessie's #2


Welcome back to 5 Nights at Nessie's, lovelies.


Perhaps, not just at Stardoll, but also in real life, Halloween becomes my favourite time of the year. Because there are so many awesome themed clothes, makeup, or house decorations sold at that time.
And also because this is the only time of the year no one questions the way I dress.

But most importantly, this is my favourite time of the year because so many people start creating horror-themed suites and looks, and I can't help it but to be amazed by how skillful and imaginative other users can be.
And we are going to find that out soon, shall we?


Night Two



Welcome to the abandoned land. Join the diabolic party and have an interesting conversation with one of the charming guests, some oh whom can emerge from the ground when you least expect it.


Your friends are invited too.
But you may find it... impossible to leave.
Visit XxTinkleBellxX to find out.




Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the fairest of them all?


Certainly, this is one of the most dramatic suites I've ever witnessed.
 It does not need to have any ghosts, zombies, blood, gore, or any apparent "scares" thrown in to make the whole scene unique and rather unnerving in the sense of all these flowers scattered around...
Visit Duffy09 to witness everything yourself




Once, I had a dream, and this is it...
As hauntingly beautiful as it can be


Why do I have a feeling I'm in a dream? Perhaps, this is a dream realm where the spirit of Sleeping Beauty wandered around restlessly for 100 years of sleep.
Enter the world of Silverdready and relive the dream.




And finally, the gem of this gothic hall of wonders.


And it is said that the Princess returned to her father's kingdom.
The most alluring interpretation of Pan's Labyrinth created by FlyingNose will not leave anyone unimpressed. 
Will you dare to join this dark and twisted dinner?
I'd certainly.



And now this is time for our special guest who will conclude Night Two.
Introducing

Elizabeth Bathory


She is the Blood Countess, Countess Dracula, the woman of dark desires.
Originally a Hungarian noblewoman of 16th century, Elizabeth (Erzsebet) Bathory was accused of brutal crimes committed against almost 650 young women. No one really knows if that was the truth, and those crimes actually took place. Nonetheless, her legacy lived up to modern days, and we all remember a mythical Blood Countess who bathed in blood to retain her youth and beauty for eternity.
Perhaps, the Countess got what she wanted in the end.
Indeed she is immortalized in the collective mind.



This brings up to the conclusion of Night Two, and I hope you've enjoyed this post as much as I enjoyed making it.

Let me know what you think, and I will see you again very shortly.


Stay spooky



NW