But I wonder how many people who think they recall a real-life incident of a kid biting into a trick-or-treat offering and cutting himself on a razor blade are actually remembering a scene early in "Halloween II" where a bloody-mouthed boy arrives at the hospital...
THURSDAY, OCT. 31, 2013
This illustration adorned the cover of the Saturday Evening Post dated Nov. 1, 1958. Click on the link down below (the one on the very bottom) for more about it. www.saturdayeveningpost.com http://www.rockwell-center.org/exploring-illustration/trick-or-treat/
Would not have guessed that Bob Dylan enjoyed the song. Here's a story on Bobby Pickett's death in 2007 that has some good background on the graveyard smash. http://www.billboard.com/articles/news/1052512/monster-mash-singer-pickett-dies-at-69
There was trouble in Bonners Ferry. Kelley Standal, 12, tried to convince her little brother that dinosaurs did not exist at the same time as cavemen. But 7-year-old James Standal wasn't buying it. And to make his case, he cited what he regarded as an...
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 30, 2013
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The online home for Paul Turner's musings and interactions with disciples of The Slice.