Haunted Flint

Haunted Flint

Sunday, October 06, 2019

Bewitching Halloween Books by Roxanne Rhoads : Non-Fiction #HalloweenBooks #Halloween #HalloweenReads

The Ultimate Halloween Party Planner


Do you want to plan a Halloween party but you have no idea where to start?

Are you in the midst of planning a party but can't stay organized?

The Ultimate Halloween Party Planner is exactly what you need.Filled with Halloween party tips and ideas, a party planning timeline and checklist, a budget sheet, a guest list chart, to do lists, monthly calendars, weekly to do lists, lined notebook pages, blank sketch pages, recipe pages, craft pages, costume planning pages, and more- this planner has everything you need to plan a Halloween party your guests will never forget.






100 Halloween Writing Prompts: A Curated Selection of Halloween Images to Inspire Short Stories, Poetry, Essays and Blog Posts

Cute and creepy, magical whimsy, cozy fall and colorful autumn splendor images fill this notebook with 100 Halloween writing prompts. 


Plump pumpkins, dark nights, scary skulls, wicked witches….flip through the pages and be inspired to write Halloween short stories, poetry, essays and blog posts.








Haunted Flint

Sinister Secrets in Flint’s History


Home to ancient burial grounds, unsolved murders, economic depression, and a water crisis, Flint emits an unholy energy rife with ghostly encounters. 


Colonel Thomas Stockton’s ever vigilant ghost keeps a watchful eye over his family home at Spring Grove, where guests occasionally hear the thump of his heavy boots. 

Restless spirits long separated from their graves lurk among the ancient stones in Avondale Cemetery. 

Carriage maker W.A. Paterson’s spirit continuously wanders the halls of the Dryden Building, and something sinister and unnamed resides in a Knob Hill mansion waiting to prey on impressionable young men. 



Join authors Roxanne Rhoads and Joe Schipani on a chilling tour of Flint’s most haunted locations.


Honoring the Dead : Death Holidays Around the World

Halloween isn't the only celebration of the dead.

Death is the one thing that connects us all. Inescapable, death will visit each and every one of us.

That is why throughout time and around the world people of different religions, backgrounds, cultures, and ethnicities have had special days dedicated to honoring their dead.

In this book you'll learn about Halloween's origins along with other death celebrations around the world: China's Hungry Ghost Festival, Pchum Ben in Cambodia, Toro Nagashi and Obon in Japan, Chuseok in Korea, Gai Jatra in Nepal, and Dia de los Muertos which is celebrated in parts of Mexico, Latin America, and Spain.

A Guide To Greening Halloween

Halloween is a holiday that can really take its toll on resources: candy, decorations, food, costumes, and more.

This guide will help you green the three major areas of Halloween fun: the costume, the party and the decorations.














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