October 19, 2017
We live in times that can often feel unsettling or even frightening. Perhaps that is why so many horror movies (do not see Mother! or Life, if you jump out of your seat or are prone to screaming), books and TV series are doing so well, because they are not real. Fear is a deeply personal emotion and begins when we are children and continues with most of us as adults. Halloween is nearly upon us, so let’s look at what frightened or terrifies the team at Cafleurebon. Correctly match the 13 editors and contributors with the imaginary (or were they?) fear and win.
Sandi Lundberg, Associate Contributor: That there really was a monster under the bed
Clayton Ilolahia, Guest Contributor: Zombies
Hernando Patrick Courtright, Sr Contributor: Aliens
Ermano Picco, Contributor: A statue of Jesus when young
Sebastian Jara, Sr. Contributor: Imaginary Tree Monster
Gail Gross, Senior Editor: Clowns
Lauryn Beer, Senior Editor: Ventriloquist Dummies
Ida Meister, Senior Editor: The movies "The Omen" and "Amityville Horror"
Danu Seth-Fyr, Contributor: A haunted house they lived in that needed to be exorcised
Aaron Potterman, Contributor: Scary sounds from old houses near where they lived
Robert Herrmann, Senior Editor: wolf packs
Elise Pearlstine, Editor: Clown faced diaper bag
Michelyn Camen, Editor in Chief: Talking doll given when young that repeated the same phrases over and over and over
For Our Monsters Under the Bed Draw
WORLDWIDE: Dsh Perfumes 10 ml Pen Voile de Parfum of Habibi
WORLDWIDE: Nicolai Parfumeur 30 ml bottle of Incense Oud
WORLDWIDE: 5ml of Solstice Scents Sea of Gray
WORLDWIDE: Parfums Dusita sprayer (7.5 ml) of Fleur de Lalita
USA, Canada and EU: Shay & Blue Parfum Nashwa Extract of Parfum
USA, Canada and Eu Fath’s Essentials Lilas Exquis
USA, EU and Canada 7.5 ml. flacon ($150) of Shalini Jardins Nocturne
USA ONLY: Fitzgerald & Guislain, sampler set of all eight natural fragrances
If a reader matches us correctly, they automatically win three prizes they asked for (country restrictions) and if no one guesses correctly, the draw is random.
Can I sleep with you?
Don’t complain if you don’t get exactly what you want or you will be forced to have this 4 foot tall walking doll from one of our childhoods sleep in your bed. Your entry must include the name of the editor or contributor, (i.e. Sandi Lundberg’s monster is) to be eligible and of course you must be a Registered CaFleureBon reader click here, and use your registered name. You can only enter once on the same IP. You can list as many as you want. So what monster hides under your bed? Draw closes 10/23/ 2017