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This is Halloween: 13 tips to celebrate the spooktacular holiday

If you’re looking for a spooktacular way to get into the Halloween spirit, then read on for 13 delightfully ghoulish tips.

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1. Channel your inner witch or wizard with classic movies like “Halloweentown” and “Hocus Pocus.”

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2. Whip up enchanting treats.

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3. Convene with some chilling spirits.

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4. Decorate your dorm to rival any haunted mansion.

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5. Shrieks and cackles shouldn’t be Halloween’s only soundtrack. Make a rocking playlist that can wake the [un]dead.

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6. Gather some Pinspiration to make a costume!

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7. Then end up buying one because Pinterest expectations ≠ reality

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8. Bust out the horror flicks.

9. Map out your day-of route.

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10. Live through your own horror film at places like House of Horror Park, the HistoryMiami Cemetery Tour and Halloween Horror Nights. (Go behind the scenes of HHN Houses here.)

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11. Carve a pumpkin. WARNING: This pumpkin may be too scary for the average reader.

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12. Watch “Tim Burton’s The Nightmare before Christmas.” (Is it a Halloween movie? Is it a Christmas movie? Answer: Who cares? It’s great enough to be both.)

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13. EAT CANDY CORN.

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October 25, 2014

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Ashley Martinez

Ashley Martinez is a senior majoring in journalism and psychology, which have sharpened her people-watching skills. She has worked as a staff writer, copy editor, assistant editor and is now the Edge arts and entertainment editor at The Miami Hurricane. She serves as the president of UM's chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. Her work has been featured in The Hurricane, Distraction Magazine, The Communique, Gables Home Page and The Miami Herald. When she's not working on a story, she loves going to the theatre and singing show tunes.


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