I remember a time when no one thought of Halloween until at least a week after Columbus Day. As the Pinta, Nina and the Santa Maria vanished from classroom walls, the orange, black and yellow construction paper rose to the top of the stack in the teacher’s closet. Bulletin boards in the school hallways began to display black cats, witches, ghosts, full moons and jack-o’-lanterns. Cheap plastic masks began to appear in grocery and drug stores.
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