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Thursday, October 26, 2006

Witches Ball A Wicked Good Time

In certain respects, pagans celebrate Halloween pretty much the same way everyone else does.

They plan parties, hang spider webs and spooky ghosts and goblins as decorations, serve chicken wings and finger sandwiches, pour beer and play dance music.

However, strictly speaking, on Oct. 31 pagans are actually celebrating their own holiday, which is called Samhain.

Samhain is the pagan, or Celtic, new year and is still celebrated as such in some parts of Ireland, explained David Hobgood, a guest at the fourth annual Witches Ball on Saturday night in Schererville. Full Story

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