by Angela P. Dodson
With Halloween on the horizon, October brings to mind ghost stories, preferably told on a cool night sitting around a campfire in the deep, dark woods. Ghosts have long been associated with Halloween, which has its origins in a pagan holiday honoring the dead and evolved into the Christian observances of the vigil of All Hallow’s Eve, Oct. 31, All Hallow’s or All Saints Day, Nov. 1 and All Soul’s Day, Nov. 2., which also honor the departed.
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