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A grand night for a fright (photo gallery)

Skeletons will rattle, little goblins roll just as they have in Halloweens past

Skeletons need all the nourishment they can get, and Nancy Gifford seems happy to pass out cookies to two thin gents and their friend on Halloween 1982. From left are Mark Renaghan, 6, Christine Deyette, 9, and Jamie Deyette, 6. Helping Nancy are daughter Alison Gifford and Kevin Renaghan (dressed as clown).
Skeletons need all the nourishment they can get, and Nancy Gifford seems happy to pass out cookies to two thin gents and their friend on Halloween 1982. From left are Mark Renaghan, 6, Christine Deyette, 9, and Jamie Deyette, 6. Helping Nancy are daughter Alison Gifford and Kevin Renaghan (dressed as clown).
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The two skeletons in Scotia might have been looking for rum, black pearls or pieces of eight. They settled for pieces of cookies. Mark Renaghan, 6, and Jamie Deyette, 6, were trick-or-treating in black-and-white costumes on Lincoln Avenue for Halloween 1982. The bone men found their treasure at Nancy Gifford’s place, and Nancy was glad to pass out homemade sweets and put some meat on the ribs of her visitors. A thrilling time Kids and ...


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