Midnight Carnival

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It wouldn’t be Halloween without a scary story. Here’s one by a group of local kids (including my son) about a frightful All Hallows Eve at an amusement park we recorded earlier this year. Enjoy!

 

One Response to Halloween Ghoul Story by Local Kids

  1. Peggy Westmoreland says:

    I remember when La Llorona (the weeping woman)would get us if we were out wondering after dark. Now kids have to worry about armies of Zombies!

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