By: Erin     Halloween is on Friday this year which means more of us will have the chance to get out and enjoy the holiday this year. This is my favorite holiday and I usually start planning my costume before the current holiday is even over but this year […]

By: Michelle        Ah, my favorite holiday. The time of year when it is said that the veil between this world and the next is at its thinnest. Halloween began in Ireland, and various countries have their traditions for celebrating this magnificent holiday. I will discuss some of […]

By: Erin     I figured in the spirit of Halloween (no pun intended) I would write a bit about a few experiences I’ve had with some of Foretell’s mediums. I guess I should give a little bit of my story in a nutshell before going into the details about […]

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By: Alex     Since it’s almost Halloween, I thought I would write about Dracula. Well, not Dracula per se, but a very famous historical character upon whom the legend of Dracula is based.   Dracula means “Son of the Dragon.” Dracula was known in Romania as Vlad Tepes (“Vlad […]

By: Erin   Here are some fun Halloween decorations that you can make yourself that won’t break the bank. I like a lot of these because it’s actually just using stuff from around the house that you already have. Are your Halloween decorations a bit dated or falling apart? Instead […]

By: Erin   I found this recipe on Pinterest last year and made it for a Halloween party I attended and it was an absolute hit! It’s super easy and doesn’t take a lot of time or money to make which is something everyone can appreciate. It looks cool and […]

By: Elly Halloween, also the time of the Celtic New Year has many practices and traditions culminated from different cultures over the years. Just as America has become a melting pot of people, so too has Halloween. The holiday has become a mixture of different cultures’ various customs. Many of […]

By: Nikki Savage Autumn finds its stride in October. The light of day begins to wane and a slight chill begins to settle in the air. In tune with the cues of the season, the plants begin to direct their energies to their roots ensuring their survival through the winter. […]