Surveyor 3, Apollo 12, with lunar module behind
On October 30th 1938, “The War of the Worlds” was a Halloween episode of the radio series The Mercury Theatre on the Air directed and narrated by Orson Welles as an adaptation of H. G. Wells’s novel The War of the Worlds (1898).
“The young fellows from all the farms and villages round about used to fairly let themselves go on Halloween night. Authority was flouted. “
“Perhaps the most fascinating charm was ‘casting in the glass’ which was kept up after many of the other old practices had ceased. “
” The focus of the piece is about your sense of self and the self that others see, and the need to open up conversations about this” Emma Gee, OIC Arts Officer
“All over the island carts, ploughs, lorries, wheelbarrows, etc were shifted, and in once case a motor car was removed.”
Harry Josephine Giles’s Deep Wheel Orcadia has won the prestigious Arthur C Clarke Award for Science Fiction.
“Some merry, friendly, country-folks,/Together did convene,/To burn their nits, and pou their stocks,/And haud their Halloween”
Ultra Q is a 1966 science fiction series from Japan. Made by Tsuburaya Productions, Ultra Q stands for Ultra Question and is the series before the first Ultraman
“Today, 25th of October, I am wearing purple for PoTS awareness day, a day and condition that I didn’t know even existed until this year”