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When witches go riding, and black cats are seen,
the moon laughs and whispers, 'tis near Halloween.
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Halloween 2023 is on Tuesday, October 31

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The Apparition
John Donne (from Songs and Sonnets, 1633)
When by thy scorn, O murd'reuses, I am dead
And that thou think'st thee free
From all solicitation from me,
Then shall my ghost come to thy bed,
And thee, feign'd vestal, in worse arms shall see;
Then thy sick taper will begin to wink,
And he, whose thou art then, being tir'd before,
Will, if thou stir, or pinch to wake him, think
Thou call'st for more,
And in false sleep will from thee shrink;
And then, poor aspen wretch, neglected thou
Bath'd in a cold quicksilver sweat wilt lie
A verier ghost than I.
What I will say, I will not tell thee now,
Lest that preserve thee; and since my love is spent,
I had rather thou shouldst painfully repent,
Than by my threat'nings rest still innocent.

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Remember Halloween when you were little, the
excitement, the anticipation of a mountain of candy,
the thrill of picking out what costume to wear that
year. That is how it should always be for kids,
because you only get to be a kid once. Here you can
experience that Halloween fun again through the Live
Halloween/Trick or Treat Cam. You can watch the
little ones as they come and go in their costume choice
of the year. If you can't be little again, at least you can
still participate from the comfort of your own home.
The Webcams are Live through out the year for online
Ghost Hunting, and the Halloween Season makes it
all the more fun for the whole family. Who knows...the
Ghost, Spirits may even come out to play. Either way it
promises to be great fun! Don't forget to check out the
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Christmas Past...

All Hallows' Eve
If you love Halloween, you need to thank the Celts in
Ireland 3000 years ago. Once harvest, and winter
approached the Celts would ask their Priest, known
as Druids, to pray for them. The most important night
of prayers occurred late in fall. The last day of harvest,
and the first day of the dark of winter. On that night the
Celts believed that the boundary between the world of
the living, and the spirit world was unusually thin. So
thin that the souls of the dead could roam freely back
and fourth. That night was enormously important to
the Celts, they called it Souen, gaelic for November.
On Souen night only the Celts believed that those
who died in the past year walked the earth once more.
To appease these spirits the Celts would parade out to
the edge of their villages with offerings to try to coax the
evil forces away from their homes. They would leave
food and sweets outside as gifts for the dead. A tradition
that would eventually become Trick or Treating.

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