It’s Just A Bunch Of Hocus Pocus

Halloween is fast approaching. Planning a party? Do you want to send some spooky thoughtfulness? These are easy, affordable, and stirs up that All Hallow’s Eve feeling.
 
This granite stone for the grave of a nameless horse thief is in the farthest corner of “New Sante Fe” cemetery on the Santa Fe Trail in Kansas City, Missouri. Did he die naturally, I wonder?

 
Webster House is an antique-filled store and restaurant in a restored Romanesque-style school from 1885.

 
This copy of Norwegian Expressionist artist Edvard Munch’s iconic The Scream (1895) is in a Kansas City window, surrounded by roses and honeysuckle in bloom. The Scream is among the most celebrated and recognized images in art history. Munch created four versions of The Scream between 1893 and 1910. In the late twentieth century, The Scream was imitated, parodied, and outright copies have been made following its copyright expiration, which led to it acquiring an iconic status in popular culture.

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