We were sitting around the conference table at work earlier this month, trying to figure out unique things to do for Halloween. We wanted to do something with carving pumpkins, but we needed to make it more exciting. We happen to also be gun enthusiasts, so why not give this a try?
You may have seen the video of Army veteran Justin Patterson giving Brantley Gilbert his Purple Heart, and you may have even heard of how the two kept in touch after their Memorial Day ride. That's not uncommon.
The year the original Halloween movie came out was 1978. I was in the 8th grade and had friends a bit older that had just gotten their drivers license, so with Brian Shanda behind the wheel we headed to Superior to take in a haunted house (the William A. Irvin wasn't anchored in the canal at that time) and the movie "Halloween" (against my will!)
Duluth Paranormal Society has been in the news lately, finally getting into Nopeming and investigating the William A. Irvin again. Right now you can meet up with DPS at the Irvin, showing of evidence of Nopeming and the Stanley Hotel.
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