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Category Archives: Halloween
Growing up in rural upstate New York, Halloween was the biggest holiday of the year. A small town with old brooding houses, bridges over winding creeks, and old cemeteries full of worn and leaning stones is the perfect setting for … Continue reading
For many years, after we moved back to New York, we wanted to visit Sleepy Hollow at Halloween time. It probably has to do mostly with the Disney movie version of Washington Irving’s Legend of Sleepy Hollow. If you somehow … Continue reading
50 years ago this October several of my friends and I went in search of a haunted tombstone. It was October 1964 and we were juniors at Hobart College in Geneva, N.Y. The idea to look for the stone … Continue reading