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  • TV Guide Magazine spent the hours leading up to Mischief Night with the crew as they set up for their All Hallow's Eve hunt to check out the creepy site and deliver to you this report on what we can expect see...or maybe just hear moaning in the dark.

    Watercooler: On the Scene with Ghost Hunters Halloween Live

  • So then, why not start that early evening in October, on All Hallow's Eve to be exact, as the sun was nearing it's death, the lovely rays clinging desperately to the colorful leaves that refused to stay on trees any longer, spilling to the ground and assaulting our ears with the crunching of their small brittle bodies as Ruthie and I marched over them with little thought.

    Untitled NaNo Project

  • Although All Hallow's Eve is less of an event in the UK, many other local traditional celebrations and rituals are observed throughout the year, especially in our smaller villages and backwaters.

    Lily Bevan: Dwyle Flunking, Cheese Rolling & Face Gurning ... Halloween Alternatives From the UK

  • Hallow Tide, Holy Time, is a three-day feast -- All Hallow's Eve, All Hallow's, and All Saint's Day -- during which prayers are offered for Christian saints and souls, and only for Christian saints and souls.

    Donna Henes: Doing Death Before it Does Us

  • All others, those doomed souls whose burials were not consecrated in Christ, return to Earth on the eve of All Hallow's to haunt the living.

    Donna Henes: Doing Death Before it Does Us

  • Meanwhile, I hope you've enjoyed your virtual visit of Lohr Manor and hope to see some of you on All Hallow's Eve.

    David Lohr: It's Halloween Time At Lohr Haunted Manor In 'Eerie,' Pa.

  • Halloween falls on the weekend this year -- which leaves only a few days of the work week left before the debauchery that comes with All Hallow's Eve.

    Halloween 2010: The Funniest Someecards To Send To Friends! (PICTURES)

  • RNC communications director Doug Heye sent the full memo to reporters in attempt to dispute the Hallow story, noting that the dollar figures show that 70 cents is being spent on every dollar collected from major donors and that Hallow's story contained a series of factual inaccuracies.

    The Fix: The RNC's image problem (again)

  • Heye tells me that Hallow's claim that the RNC is spending $1.09 for every dollar raised is not true, and that the committee's "burn rate" is actually around 70 percent, or $0.70 for every dollar raised.

    Read the RNC's internal finance review

  • The RNC, smartly, sought to quickly push back on Hallow's reporting -- based on an internal document produced by RNC treasurer Randy Pullen -- that said that $1.09 was spent for every dollar raised from the major donor program.

    The Fix: The RNC's image problem (again)

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