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Separating Halloween Facts From Fiction About the Spookiest Day of the Year

There is both cool history and persistent myths

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Halloween has captured our collective imagination in a way few holidays have, transforming from a one-night candy grab for pint-sized ghouls and goblins to a month-long celebration of all things spooky. It has gone so far that two friends of my children purposely planned their wedding for…

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Paul Combs

Paul Combs

Writer, bookseller, would-be roadie for the E Street Band. My ultimate goal is to make books as popular in Texas as high school football...it may take a while.

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