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5 Tragic Accidents People Thought Were Halloween Displays

Halloween has become a time for setting up gory scenes in your front yard and taking tours of scary haunted houses full of actors drenched in fake blood. Gone are the days of simply hanging a paper skeleton on your front door and carving a few smirking pumpkins. It’s getting scary out there. Especially if you’ve been the victim of an accident and everyone thinks you're just a Halloween decoration, stepping over you instead of helping.

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How Far is Too Far When it Comes to Halloween Decorations?

Perhaps this is a good rule of thumb when you're planning your front yard decorations this Halloween.  If you think the neighbors might call the police, perhaps you should rethink it!

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Get Creeped Out By Zombie Pumpkins

Happy Halloween all you Halloweeners! Aside from the whole boatloads of candy thing, there are two awesome things we're excited about today: it's socially acceptable to dress up like a disgustingly gruesome zombie in public, and we get to nerd out over jack-o-lanterns. Could it get much better?! Surprisingly, yes.

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This Day in History for October 31 — Mount Rushmore Completed, and More

Here’s a look at some interesting events that took place on this day in history:

1864: Nevada is admitted as the 36th state in the U.S. (more info)

1926: Magician Harry Houdini dies of gangrene and peritonitis that developed after his appendix ruptured (more info)

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Johnny Depp and the White House Halloween Party We Didn’t Know About

Being the leader of the free world has lots of perks — and apparently one of them is that Johnny Depp comes to your Halloween parties.

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Halloween Trick or Treat Horror Stories are Urban Myths — None are True

Every year in the days leading up to Halloween, we all see, hear and read about the supposed dangers of trick-or-treating.  Stories of candy laced with rat poison, or razor blades, or sewing needles.  Oh my!  What's a parent to do in the midst of all that danger?

Here's good news that may cheer you up.  None of those stories are true. They're all urban myths.  Really.

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