Posts Tagged ‘Halloween’
October 30, 2011 by wcobserver
By Timothy Dennis The leaves crackle and the smoke pours from the chimneys of many farmhouses. Although October brings the first visible signs of fall, it is also a month marked by the haunting of wandering spirits. One haunted hovel in the area is the former home of Herman Chapman on Sugar Mountain east of West Fork.Read More...
October 27, 2011 by Alison Grisham
By Alison Grisham Halloween is just a few days away, which can only mean one thing — I’m eating candy corn by the fistful and mortgaging the house to buy the remaining candy needed for Oct. 31. There was a time when you could make candy apples or pass out cookies. But I don’t care if their grandmother makes it, there isn’t a kid from Sacramento to Sarasota who’s eatingeating anything unwrapped on Halloween anymore.Read More...