Halloween madness







HOUSE BOO-TI-FUL — Jack-o-lanterns have sprouted on porches, scarecrows and ghosts hang from lamp posts and some township residents are fully into the spirit of Halloween with elaborately decorated windows, porches and yards. A record 170 million people — seven in 10 Americans — plan to celebrate Halloween this year, according to the National Retail Federation’s 10th annual national spending survey. Of those celebrating Halloween, more than half (51.4 percent) will decorate their home or yard, up from 49.5 percent last year, the survey said. Spending is projected to be up too with total Halloween outlay expected to total $8 billion his year.

HOUSE BOO-TI-FUL — Jack-o-lanterns have sprouted on porches, scarecrows and ghosts hang from lamp posts and some township residents are fully into the spirit of Halloween with elaborately decorated windows, porches and yards. A record 170 million people — seven in 10 Americans — plan to celebrate Halloween this year, according to the National Retail Federation’s 10th annual national spending survey. Of those celebrating Halloween, more than half (51.4 percent) will decorate their home or yard, up from 49.5 percent last year, the survey said. Spending is projected to be up too with total Halloween outlay expected to total $8 billion his year.

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