Halloween is coming up this weekend. Have you noticed the scarecrows acting strangely? They are out in the field keeping the crows away from the farmers field. But at night, they seem to go missing.
It’s getting close to Halloween! Do you have any idea what costume you or your family will use this year? Why not review some of the ideas listed below – with reference to how to DYI the costume and it’s origin or story. Some fun Halloween stuff for the season.
Mexico’s Day of the Dead – a festive celebration where the border that separates the dead from the living is removed so that loved ones can visit to their earthly family again. It is a celebration of life that starts late evening on Halloween and runs until late night November 02.
Where did the rest of the year go? It’s already time to start thinking about Halloween! Around 172 million Americans celebrated Halloween last year, with just under 70% of them actively giving out candy. The holiday is loved across the nation by children and adults alike.
It’s Halloween – are your ready for the ghouls that will be lurching out tonight for those tricks or treats? One ghoul you might see – if you look faintly down the road – might be the headless horseman. Do tell!
Halloween is fast approaching – time to decorate your porch for trick ‘r treat. We have two ideas – one that is festive; the other that is scary. Which idea will you select for this Halloween?
What do you do if there is a Zombie invasion? There is a lot of talk about some catastrophic event that will bring out these ghouls. One such event is coming up soon – Happy Halloween!
Halloween without pumpkins is … well, not Halloween. You need to have pumpkins. But where did the pumpkin come from …along with the Jack o’ Lantern?
Here come the clowns … oh no! Scary clowns. They make great costume decorations for Halloween but not for any other time.