Making My Own Fun

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This was the Hallowe’en That Wasn’t. No one came to our home for trick or treats. Not one single person. So I cheered myself up in my Pocket Camp world, ate some KitKats and watched Beetlejuice. Now I’m waiting to see if my cat speaks at Midnight. 😁

Hallowe’en Is Finally Here !

Share your decorations with me and what you give to the Halloweenies. We give out Kit Kat and Reece’s cups. It’s below 40 tonight so I don’t expect a lot of visitors. I hope some come out with homemade costumes, those are the best !

Here’s my front door pumpkin head and flag.

Got Candy ?

The Halloweenies are getting ready for the big night, are you ?

My Spooky Camp

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Nothing better than giving my friendly Dragon the shivers with my ghostly minions and accursed mirror. Join me, my friends ! Send me your Pocket Camp friend number so we can howl together !

Hallowe’en Baking Ideas

I love gingerbread so I think I’ll make some little vampires. It will give me the chance to bite back 😉

Hallowe’en Time

Ok, my peeps, I’m taking my stand now. October should be 61 days long… who’s with me ?!

Hallowe’en and War of The Worlds

At midnight, on All Hallow’s Eve, I light a candle, grab some Kit Kat and listen to an old recording of Orson Wells’ famous “War of The Worlds” broadcast. 


Although I’ve read some online articles stating that there wasn’t a panic caused by the broadcast, my mother’s family verified that there was indeed a huge scare.

In Cincinnati that night, grandparents were hosting a Hallowe’en party, my young mother and her friends gathered around the radio to hear Orson Wells’ broadcast. They said they had been listening from the start of the show and knew it was radio entertainment. But, many people started listening only after their friends called, telling everyone that they’d better turn on the radio, something big was happening. 

When you listen to this radio play, just imagine what you might have thought if you’d come in after the show has started. People did panic. My mother said the phone and doorbell started ringing as neighbors called and went door-to-door to check on each other.

My grandmother explained it was just a show but it took a bit of doing, and some Hallowe’en candy, to calm people down.

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