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That’s not just the temperature dropping, that’s Death slowly taking center stage. Halloween, or All Hallow’s Eve, marks the passage of the season–harvest is over, plants are withering, and the leaves, despite their colorful defiance, are dying. Many cultures have believed in this night when the dead walk the earth, and different practices evolved into the jack-o-lanterns, costumes, and trick-or-treating of today. We can’t keep winter away, but don’t let this day of spooky revelry pass you by. Start Halloweening!
Here are some ideas:
1) Take this Zombie Bite quiz. Then make your friends take it. This is good for figuring out which friends you really want on your team in case of a zombie apocalypse – which is even more likely to occur on or near Halloween.
2) Read a ghost story. “Oh Whistle and I’ll Come to You, My Lad” by M.R. James is perfect to read at night, in bed, right before you go to sleep. Check out this list for more recommended ghost stories.