Witches, Vampires, and Halloween - The Fascination with Horror
Thursday, October 31, 2013

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About 72% of Americans plan to celebrate Halloween this Fall. That exceeds the 67% of those who celebrate (or recognize) Christ's resurrection in the Spring. Kevin Swanson interacts with a Newsweek (Daily Beast) article on the rise of the horror genre. Why do parents dress their children up as witches, pirates, and ax murderers? This may not be everybody, but it is more common than ever. Bottom line. If one really believed in the resurrection, would you live life differently?

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