Yesterday, we caught up with star of the iconic thriller The Exorcist, Linda Blair, who has joined forces with Reader's Digest for Be Afraid of the Dark, the must-have soundtrack to Halloween. The Playlist contains 15 seasonal classics, including the theme song from Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Dreamcatcher from The Twilight Saga: New Moon, Little Fugue in G Minor, Things That Go Bump in the Night and The Exorcist theme, Tubular Bells.
Linda Blair is also the founder of the Linda Blair WorldHeart Foundation, a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization devoted to the loving care and rescue of animals throughout Los Angeles, to which proceeds from this new CD will go to.
Linda Blair combines her love for rescue dogs and haunting music with this special Halloween interview, in which she offers up some helpful tips for your dogs this Halloween, along with a little bit of head-spinning and some crazy demonic voices sprinkled throughout. Watch as things get a little weird up in our haint house of horrors!
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