Halloween

Hannah Wilson, Editor-in-Chief

It’s that time of year when people put up scary decorations in their front yards, dress up in costumes, and hand out candy for kids, and sometimes even to adults. Halloween, or All Hallows Eve as some call it, is a special holiday for those who “go all out” and for others it is a special day to watch horror movies with that special someone.

Most people have a tradition during Halloween. Whether it’s decorating their yard, handing out candy, going to haunted houses, trick or treating, stuffing their face with candy, dressing up in a costume, or staying at home. This is the time of year that is celebrated throughout neighborhoods in America.

“I’m taking a little girl trick or treating” sophomore Bailey Oliver says. “She is going to be a lady bug. My dad is going to hand out candy and I’m going to be dressed as a ninja.”

Other people take candy from their siblings and stay at home.

“I plan to chill and watch Netflix,” senior Chaz Walker said. “I’m also going to eat caramel apple Twizzlers on my couch.”

These are people’s favorite things to do this time of year.

“I’m going to be a puppet from Five Nights at Freddy’s,” freshman Shelby Lockley said. “I’m going scare people, but then give them candy. I’m going to be the mad hatter and I made the costume.”