Just figured I would start a thread about this topic at hand. I love when people get into the Halloween spirit, decorating their houses and getting it
all scary for the trick or treaters... I currently live in Naperville, IL and we have a pretty cool Halloween house that's catching the cities eye.
Many are showing up to see the display and when I heard about it I had to go check it out for myself... For Halloween and Christmas, I enjoy looking
at all the houses who put out an effort in my community. Anyways, below is the house, I guess someone made a youtube video of it, so its easy to show
If you have any from your hometown, pictures, movies, etc. please share. I would love to see them all!
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Maybe.... A lot of the community enjoys the effort he put forth. Maybe the neighbors who live next door may feel a little different. But I saw,
children and adults taking it in with a big grin on their faces. Nothing wrong with that...
Nothing wrong with that using that viewpoint I agree, but me, being idealistic at this moment, I somehow wish it were different... Perhaps then I'd
get on board. All the coin spent on sugar, costumes, elaborate displays etc. etc produces what?...Nothing...Nada! This apparent cornucopia of money to
support a deviation of "Guy Fawkes" could be directed at better causes. Next up.....Christmas! I'm admittedly at odds with the universe tonight just
so you know I'm not trying to chomp on your tail
You can get costumes and candy and decorations at a dollar store, second hand store, or other discount stores. It doesn't have to cost much money at
Sometimes you can find a paranormal investigator giving a lecture for free at a local library. Some haunted places only ask for a donation of a canned
food item to donate to the poor. Or...you could just stay home with the lights out, and watch some spooky movies all night.
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