Ever since finding out about Frank Lee’s Procession of the Ghouls back during Year 5 of this 32 Days of Halloween madness, I have been freaking obsessed. How I haven’t managed to get up there and see it yet…no idea. We previously posted the mini-docu about the behind the scenes and origins and whatnot of this magnificent spectacle: a troupe of goblins and spectres of all sorts making their way through the Catheral Church of St. John the Divine in New York. It’s sort of like a Krampus parade but indoors and if it had been conceived by the Henson Creature Workshop. Plus, afterwards they show a silent film. This year it’s Hunchback of Notre Dame. (Seeing that in the fourth largest Christian church in the world…? On Halloween night! How cool would that be, right?)
This YouTube video isn’t the best…but it will give you a taste of last year’s Procession. For info on this year’s, check out the official website here. And we posted a similar video for the 2012 Procession here.
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