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A Halloween Picnic – In a Graveyard!

One of the most enjoyable aspects of the Halloween holiday is the preparation for the holiday itself. Driving around neighborhoods to observe and appreciate decorations is one way to get in the Halloween mood, while another is to visit various cemeteries, graveyards, and burial grounds. Older communities have a wealth …

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The Haunted Fort

Anyone can go to a haunted house, but only if you lived near Fort Ticonderoga could you go to a haunted fort! There are many legends about ghosts at Fort Ticonderoga, a French and Indian War and Revolutionary War Fort on the shores of Lake Champlain in New York. The …

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Munster Mansion

Texas Fan Builds Replica Home of TV’s The Munster’s Some Halloween fans are content to celebrate their favorite holiday once a year. Die-hard fans, however, find ways to keep the pumpkin flame burning all year long to feed their Halloween addiction. Some keep a few select collectibles on display year-round. …

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Hell, Michigan

A Little Town On It’s Way Up “Eternity in Hell” is a sentence of suffering for most. But not for John Colone. Eternity is just about the length of time it would reasonably take to put in place the thousands of ideas that spew from the mind of this former …

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The Story Behind Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum and Universal Studios

Madame Tussaud’s Sculpter Creating the Wax Frankenstein Universal Studios, an industry leader in creating horror films, celebrated the anniversary of several Universal classics horror classics in 2001. In a landmark relationship, Universal Studios Home Video (USHV) joined Tussaud’s Group of London and Madame Tussaud’s worldwide attractions to pay tribute to …

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Madame Tussaud’s Wax Facts

Located in London, Las Vegas, New York, Paris Madame Tussaud’s Wax – Portrait Facts Frankenstein wax figure being scuplted at Madame Tussaud’s Each strand of hair is inserted individually, taking approximately five weeks to complete each head. Two maintenance teams inspect and primp each figure daily before the attraction opens. …

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