Nik Butler: Horsham district is the perfect setting for Halloween horror
In hindsight Halloween and Horsham make a great partnership. I am not referring to the ongoing horrors of planning approval or the infrequent artistic monstrosities constantly revived for a few faltering steps; those subjects are the low hanging victims suitable for other seasons. Horsham in Halloween is rich in opportunity for those willing to dig a little deeper. Historically the district’s association with Percy Bysshe Shelley leads to the inevitable association with Mary Shelley and her novel Frankenstein.

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