Out of respect to the author, I won't give out any more details. I'll simply say this is a fast-paced, enjoyable story representing good, clean Halloween fun. It's like one of those ghost stories you might have heard your folks tell around the campfire when you were young during a family outing. It's scary, but in a good way, meaning not so frightening that it should give anyone nightmares.
The story encourages readers to think about how far adults should go with "playful" games such as pranks on Halloween, and whether adults going too far (and/or playing "games" for the wrong reasons) might find themselves punished by a powerful, supernatural retribution. Recommend you read it for yourself this fall and/or share it with your family members.
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