Spooky White Blob caught on camera!
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Halloween: Fantasy Creations
There are so many Halloween movies to choose from when it comes to celebrating the spooky holiday, but none of them come close to the magic that is "Hocus Pocus."
Your Halloween just got a whole lot cheesier.
It's estimated that 51% of owners will dress up their dogs for Halloween this year.
We are in the middle of spooky season, and if you're living your best fall life then you will love these pumpkin and bat-shaped raviolis that Costco is selling.
As Halloween approaches and the fall decor goes up, we find ourselves surrounded by pumpkins, scary movies and mountains of candy.
Believe what you want, but when the Supreme Court rules that a house is legally haunted, anyone's ears would likely perk up.
Now that October is actually here, let's officially talk Halloween.
Halloween is around the corner, and you know what that means: Candy is everywhere.
What goes with doughnuts? Scary clowns, of course! Wait, what? It is October, so that makes sense.
Sure, Halloween is considered a spooky holiday, but it's also an opportune time to show off some humor.
What's one of the best parts of having a baby or a toddler? Why, dressing them up for Halloween, of course.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, children are four times more likely to be hit by a motor vehicle on Halloween than any other day of the year.
Full disclosure: Some of the stories below are not for the faint of heart.
There will be nothing spooky about the Halloween celebrations at a Massachusetts school this year, because there will be no Halloween.