Category Archives: fall fragrance

Belladonna…a *new* Eden’s Alchemy fragrance!

Belladonna-Our *NEW* Fragrance!

What’s it smell like???

Belladonna:an intoxicating, sensual fragrance. The color of mystery, the texture of luxe, this very sexy, seductive fragrance has the sweet scent of sultry, smouldering, feminine sophistication. Exotic. Sensual. Luxurious!

With notes of Saffron, Masala Spices, Clove, Nutmeg, Pimento Berries, White Pepper, Mediterranean Broom Flower, Patchouli, Crimson Red Marechal Rose, Ethiopian Guggal Incense, Wengue Wood, Bois de Miel.

Belladonna, n.: In Italian a beautiful lady; in English a deadly poison. A striking example of the essential identity of the two tongues.
Ambrose Bierce ♥

Love, Laughter & Candlelight!


For my fellow Candle Addicts…

I realize that while not everyone is the Candle addict I am, there are several other Candle obsessed people out there! This is for you!  🙂

If you haven’t yet-check out Candlefind.com -A great place to lurk for an afternoon and read up on on all kinds of facts, products, companies and reviews.

They recently did a great Halloween article, so if you love Halloween Candles and Fragrances check out Our Page there.

What are you doing this Halloween?  What is YOUR favorite thing about Fall?

I have a hard time picking a favorite-but if I *had* to…I’d say the smell of wood burning on a cold crisp night. What about you?

Happy Haunting!  ❤

Love, Laughter & Candlelight!


~Spooky Catacombs!~

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Mission Inn for the Holidays

Mission Inn for the Holidays

The Mission Inn, Riverside California has always held a special spot in my heart!

As a young girl I was entranced with the idea of getting into the Spooky Catacombs below.  After several attempts so far I have been unsucessful, but someday I hope to get inside!  The catacombs have been closed to the public for several years, but next year Ghostwalk Riverside will be giving VIP tours.  If there is any way at all, I plan to be there!

If you get the privlidge of actually going to this Inn, you will understand why it is so captivating.

Many famous interesting guests drawn to the inn included industrialist-philanthropist Andrew Carnegie, actress Sarah Bernhardt, escape artist Harry Houdini, educator Booker T. Washington, blind and deaf writer and lecturer Helen Keller, aviatrix Amelia Earhart, auto tycoon Henry Ford and evangelist Aimee Semple McPherson. The inn was also a favorite of the early Hollywood movie colony as well as World War II fliers at nearby March Field.

If you ever get the chance to go, it is a must see, especially during the holiday season.

Spooky Kisses!
Lisa