A Special Edition: The Consequences of Advertising Halloween Style

Beyond the veil of the graveyard lies endless stories. Secrets contained in graves.

Our secret is out. Our graveyard exposed. Our story revealed.

Our local paper visited last Friday. The photographer suggested our story might land somewhere near page A6.

We were thrilled.

What did they see? What stories did the graves have to tell?

No one wants to throw away a memorable pair of stilettos. Why not re-purpose them . . .

Who ever said stilettos and punctuation don't mix?

Who ever said stilettos and punctuation don’t mix?

This is what happens when the Easter Bunny drops by . . .

The Easter Bunny is a little saucy in October.

The Easter Bunny is a little saucy in October.

And to complete the eerie ensemble, tombstones by candle light anyone?

Candle Staging for Halloween

200 lumens to light the way. Some pumpkin spice scented to entice the reader.

The weekly paper arrived yesterday (Wednesday). Our yard displayed on the front page.

Sixteen days to go.

Must. Buy. More. Candy.

Special edition tradition includes music. How about “Beyond the Veil” by Lindsey Stirling.

Ciao,

Fannie

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About Fannie Cranium

Writing since she could first hold a pen, Tracy Perkins formed her alter ego, "Fannie Cranium" at the suggestion of her husband. Tracy understands smiling makes people wonder what she’s been up to.
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7 Responses to A Special Edition: The Consequences of Advertising Halloween Style

  1. aplscruf says:

    I predict your visitors will double this year, T! Congrats on the front page spot! Save me a copy, please.

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  2. Anne Bonney says:

    Congrats!

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  3. kerbey says:

    Who drew the bunny?

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