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 My Zombie outfit for 2015
My Zombie outfit for 2015
I'm going to give wewe ideas for your inayofuata Halloween costumes.Next mwaka I'll put up more!Theres zombie make up and cat make up too!Look at it closely for make up.and wewe can't buy the zombie costume though but wewe can buy the cat costume !
 My cat costume for 2014&2015 trick au treating
My cat costume for 2014&2015 trick or treating
posted by ChuckyLover1
To me I think Halloween is a time where wewe can actually be the somebody that wewe love. U can be scary and horrorfying all wewe want. It's a time to be full of fear an scares and onyesha what you're really terrified of. I upendo to dress up as a monster au something scary not girly. I upendo to be known as the world's most HORROR ADDICTOR terminator person. I dunno. But anyways, Halloween is my juu holiday because I like dark and scary things, and weird stuff. And that's the time to see it. most people think that during this time... they think well Halloween night is the devil's birthday and all the spirits come out and do bad things and he causes trouble for us all, SCREW THAT! I don't believe in that, stuff. To me that's complete bull, just to have a reason to not go trick au treating au have fun. Like I said, wewe should enjoy urself on Halloween don't let these stupid legends scare wewe if wewe think their not real :)
posted by Sonicfan67
Boys and girls of every age
Wouldn't wewe like to see something strange?
Come with us and wewe will see
This our town of Halloween
This is Halloween,this is Halloween
Pumpkins scream in the dead of night
This is Halloween,everybody make a scene
Trick au treat till the neighbors gonna die of fright
It's our town,everybody scream
In this town of Halloween

I am the one hiding under your bed
Teeth ground sharp and eyes glowing red
I am the one hiding under your stairs
Fingers like snakes and spiders in my hair
This is Halloween,this is Halloween
Halloween Halloween Halloween Halloween

In this town we call home
Everyone...
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posted by Seletta
this makala is straight from my website:
Halloween is a holiday that comes every October 31st which is most commonly thought to children as “the siku me and my Marafiki go trick-or-treating” but there is zaidi beyond trick-or-treating there is in fact more. The history of Halloween starts as All Hallows Eve when people believed that was the siku the spirits rise from the dead. At that time, People would carve turnips into creepy faces to scary away the evil spirits. Costumes were worn to blend in with the evil that is in the air. Back then they took it zaidi seriously they would wear terrifying...
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The "Killer in the Backseat" story plays on our fears that danger is right under our noses and we are not aware of it. This story was conceived in the late 1960's and has been circulated ever since. Some zaidi hivi karibuni versions of this story involve gang members out on initiation night, others involve modern gas stations. The story here is in a zaidi traditional form and goes something like this...

On a moonless, foggy night, my friend was sleepy and having trouble driving on the road due to a hivi karibuni rain. She was getting frustrated because she was running low on gas and there was no sign of civilization...
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This is not an urban legend. It is a true story about a young woman in Bavaria, Germany who was thought to be possessed kwa evil spirits and went through a grueling exorcism. Sadly, Anneliese Michel (aka: Emily Rose) did not survive and the controversy regarding her exorcism remains to this day.

Anneliese Michel was brought up in a hard-working, faithful catholic family. She was a typical girl who moved to a big city after receiving a scholarship. Not long after starting classes, this 19-year-old college freshman began exhibiting bizarre behavior, typical to those who were thought to be possessed....
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posted by Mallory101
Confess!


Cold, damp, dark.
and pain.
much pain.
A future of pain.
Pain,
then death.

Blood: thick red liquid of life spills from gaping wounds on her flayed back.

Blood Flows freely onto the rough straw scattered on the dungeon floor.

She tries to stand, but her legs are broken. Instead she falls flat on her stomach, her naked buttocks, untouched, are highlighted kwa a narrow sunbeam that streaks in through a slit in the ukuta from behind.

She pleaded her innocence. They tore her flesh from her back with whips. They broke her legs when They tied her down and dropped kanuni, cannon balls onto her. She still pleaded...
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posted by mrvee
Well, it's over. All my stuff is back in the attic and the krisimasi boxes are coming down. I think it would be really great if everyone would take a dakika and send in one picture ( au video ) of their Halloween ! I upendo this holiday so much that each mwaka there is a spell when i go thru withdrawal. I'm not a big shabiki of cold weather either,so that doesn't help matters!
If everyone could help me out with a small remembrance,
THX, mrvee