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"The eerie hours will strike tonight, when raging ghouls can dig and claw on alleys dim ... all robed in black; it’s Pumpkin fright, until the crack of holy dawn when even they will bring old sickles to ensnare. Take caution not to walk outside, where giant rats and bats invade all corners of a darkened road, and vampires' hissing fangs abound; for Hallow creatures in the gloom transform, disturbing flight of stars . Think not to venture out this night, but stay in safe from ghostly whips; for all who dare to tempt the fate will find themselves before wired graves"... a story read from children’s books while children grin,” let’s trick or treat!” Halloween Contest: For Eve Roper 10/29/2016

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  1. Date: 10/28/2016 12:58:00 PM

    Very spooky and dark with am ending that lingers through the shadows. Really nice Nette