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The Full Suburban: All Halloween takes is a miracle

I am a praying woman. I always have been and forever will be. Sometimes I feel like I have a direct line to heaven, and sometimes I feel like it’s been put on the “Do Not Call” list, but I’m always praying about something big or small.

Review: Silverwood makes a wicked transformation for Scarywood

“Ten years of fear” is Silverwood Theme Park’s slogan for Scarywood Haunted Nights in 2019, commemorating its inception in 2009. For a month of each year, the Inland Northwest’s amusement park in Athol undergoes a dramatic change. One might say the place becomes possessed.

Where the boos flow freely: Scarywood celebrates 10 years of making people scream

In 2009, Silverwood took a 180-degree turn with Scarywood Haunted Nights. If you’re a fan of “Stranger Things,” you can think of Scarywood as the Upside Down of Silverwood – rides that were fun-scary are now plain scary-scary, and people are running around the park not to get to their favorite attraction faster but to avoid the monsters chasing them.

Dorothy Dean presents how to make and eat Jell-O worms

I can hardly contain myself. My most favorite holiday of the year is less than one month away. Eek! I’ve been very busy preparing, too – stringing cotton spider webs on the windows, hanging ghosts and skeletons along my front porch, hammering gravestones into my yard, creating my daughter’s elaborate costume and making spooktacular treats.