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1. Spooky Halloween Exterior Decor
Spooky Halloween Exterior Decor
The night of trick or treating is approaching soon. The scary night when the vampires and werewolves stroll the streets with witches and goblins and many other super scary creatures. Add to the excitement by decorating your exterior in a super scary way. Setting that spooky mood on the exterior o...
Holidays & Celebrations - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 03:02:27
2. Best Children Halloween Costumes
Best Children Halloween Costumes
Choosing a Halloween costume is a tough decision. This lens was developed to help parents offer popular suggestions to their children on what to be for Halloween. The costumes suggested are based on current popularity and ageless classics. Lets face it Halloween and the trick or treating is a ver...
Holidays & Celebrations - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 03:03:34
3. Haunted Places in Toronto
Haunted Places in Toronto
A list of some haunted places in Toronto, Canada. Ghost sightings have been reported across many cultures and throughout the ages. Some people believe in ghosts and some do not. The idea of ghosts is a very interesting one and I thought i would share some haunted places in my hometown of Toronto.
Culture & Society - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 03:03:32
4. Scary Halloween Foods
Scary Halloween Foods
What says scary food like real live creepy crawling insects. Add a scary flair this year to your Halloween fun, with some edible insect treats. Completely safe for consumption and actually really healthy too. The kids and adults will get a kick out of these creepy crawly treats, spice up this Hal...
Holidays & Celebrations - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 03:02:27
5. Foraging
Hunting and gathering food in the wild is one of the oldest forms of consuming food for human subsistence. Basically, this was the way of life for all people 10,000 years ago. Societies used to forage for wild plants and hunt wild animals to meet their daily food/nutritional needs. This practice...
healthy-living - Sun, 28 Oct 2012 21:05:37

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