Kenova Pumpkin House in West Virginia.

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Giant Corn is for real Candy Corn lovers. Twice the size of regular Candy Corn and multiple flavors: Classic vanilla, cinnamon and chocolate!

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Count Snoopula

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"We could only get one sheet."

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Snoopy

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It isn't Halloween without Charlie Brown.

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Halloween night

Pumpkin Carving and Decorating Ideas

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Another haunted house......

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Looks like a haunted house.....:/)

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Will this be the year we see The Great Pumpkin?

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Everything Spooky

Pumpkin Spice & Everything Spooky

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BOO!

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Sylvia Pimental "Three Little Witches"

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Snoopy and Charlie Brown #Boo #Halloween #Peanuts

It's Friday

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Peanuts Halloween!

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Witches

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Hauntingly Haunted

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The Headless Horseman

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Samhain (now commonly known as Halloween) is a Gaelic festival held on October 31–November 1. The Irish name Samhain is derived from Old Irish and means "summer's end". It marked the end of the harvest, the end of the "lighter half" of the year and beginning of the "darker half".:

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witch house

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Linus writes the Great Pumpkin

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Peanuts Gang...Trick or Treat

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Flying witch, black cat, and full moon, Halloween. Artist undetermined.

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This dark castle reminds me of Lear's kingdom at the end of the play. In my mind, I imagine dark, cold weather which portrays the mood of the play in that moment. This pathetic fallacy reflects the emotions of the play because at the end many characters are murdered and die, and ultimately so does the character who caused this chaos - King Lear.

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♥ cute!

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