Games & Crafts

Making a Jack-o-Lantern Last Longer

Jack-o-lanterns are a staple of Halloween decorations.
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Trick or Treat

9 Ways to Make Halloween Safer

Halloween is a time for people young and old to enjoy a little mischief and mayhem.
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Tidbits

Halloween Traditions and Customs Throughout History

In the United States, Halloween is often seen as a time to dress up in costume and fill up on sweets. However, throughout history, Halloween has inspired a variety of customs and traditions across the globe.

According to recent statistics, 85 percent of homeowners are tackling projects around the house rather than hiring outside contractors. In this difficult economy, emergency rooms are seeing an influx of people coming in with injuries ranging from lacerations to puncture wounds from nail guns.
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Famous Haunted Homes Across America

Halloween fanatics are often on the lookout for homes or locales with a history of being haunted. While it might be scary to chase down ghouls, for some the thrill is simply too fun to ignore. Those on the lookout for haunted homes this Halloween should consider the following destinations, each of which is reportedly haunted.
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Black Cat Folklore

Black cats have long been associated with Halloween, and frequently found in myths and folklore. Some people believe that black cats are witches' familiars, or close companions. Others think that black cats are witches reincarnated.

In the Middle Ages, black cats were regarded as evil. Perhaps because cats are largely nocturnal, and beings of the night are often feared.
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