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Halloween. It’s probably my favorite time of the year. I love to be scared. The horror genre is my favorite. According to the free encyclopedia, Halloween, also known as All Hallows’ Eve is a celebration observed in a number of countries on the 31st of October. It begins the 3 day observance of Allhallowwide, the time of the liturgical year dedicated to remembering the dead, including saints, martyrs, and all the faithful departed.
Others see it as a time for carving pumpkins with scary faces, trick or treating, goblins, ghost stories and haunted houses. During my time in dispatch I took all kinds of horrific calls from listening to someone as they took their last breath to someone finding a loved one hung in their home. They stick with me and will forever be embedded in my memory but two calls fall under the unusual and well…paranormal.
This is Within the Trenches Ep 156…
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Halloween description – Wikipedia
Al Capone research citation –
- HAUNTED MICHIGAN: Al Capone & the Ghosts of Allegan County’s ‘Yellow Motel’
- The Final Insanity of Al Capone: Was Notorious Gangster Haunted by a Hapless Victim?
- This day in history: Capone goes to prison
Episode topics –
- Story 1 – The suspicious 2
- Story 2 – The Yellow Motel & Al Capone
- Story 3 – Home is where the ghosts are