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Do You Dare? Halloween Inspired Baby Names
Halloween is but a few short days away, a time for imagination, spooky jest and fantastical play.
If your baby is born around this time, you might just consider choosing one of these magically spirited names! In the very least, you’ll have some fun in viewing these slightly sinister choices.
Masters of Mayhem?
A simply frightful selection of delightfully villainous baby names!
Oh That Buffy
You want your daughter to kick butt against the evils of vampires much in the same way this famous slayer did, right? You know, for when the vampires come.
An Award Winning Name...
from Henry Slick’s film Coraline. A great name for brave and curious little girls.
Mistress of The Dark
The original and undefeated madame of brash and sassy goth.
The Latin name for the moon, lovely as a middle name. Coincidentally my own name (Selena), is Greek for the moon, also known as the Titan Goddess of the moon (Selene).
The demurely witty and soft-spoken mother we all know and love from the Addams Family.
‘The Raven’ is a poem of the supernatural, written by the famous poet of all things dark, Edgar Allen Poe.
One of the creepiest psychological horror films out there.
Glitter & Glow
Everyone’s favourite teenage witch.
For all you True Blood fans out there. Including me.
The adorable little girl of Samantha from the retro hit T.V. series Bewitched. That and I Dream of Jeannie were a couple of my childhood favorites.
The name means violent disturbance, or stormy – but it’s been done. The famous actress Tempest Bledsoe comes to mind as does Shakespeare’s play The Tempest.
How about any of these slightly spooky monickers?
The Wickedest Man in the World?
Aleister Crowley was many things, all which revolved around the occult; mountaineer, magician, philosopher.
The Omen's Demon Child
These are the kinds of movies i just can’t watch. *Deep shudder*
A Great Poet
Who just happened to write about Hell.
More Dark Poets
I mean, aren’t they all, really?
The Hunky, Viking
Eric Northman, who also just happens to be a ruthless, yet sensitive vampire.
Of Bram Stocker’s Dracula. One of my favourite movies.
Dragon or serpent.
Of Tim Burton's Brilliance
I’m not much for that fictional Edward Cullen character. (As you may have surmised, I am a True Blood fan). I am however, all about Edward Scissorhands.
A mythological fire bird or beast, capable of immortality.
Oh So Goth
Conquer or die!
Interview with the Vampire (Film)
Lestat de Lioncourt is the fictional character played by Tom Cruise based off of Anne Rice’s famous novels; The Vampire Chronicles.