“Lots of kids used to come to our house on Halloween night,” one of my daughter’s teachers said with apparent nostalgia last Tuesday. She was referring to times before a rumor spread about dangerous candy. “You know there’s no evidence for it,” she continued.
I was surprised to learn about the Halloween history in Enid but it didn’t change our plans to go trick-or-treating.
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