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Trick-or-treating is a treasured tradition. Most adults honor the nostalgia: the cool costumes, the time with friends, and the hours rummaging through hard-earned loot. We also remember our own parents, riddled with fear, giving guidelines on safely navigating the night.
“Don’t stay out past 9.”
“Is that fake blood or real blood?”
“Did you show me that candy before you ate it?”
Today’s trick-or-treaters face the same Halloween hazards as we did. But unfortunately, the years have added a few more. If your ghost or goblin (or Swiftie or Mario Brother) is dressing up to go door to door this year, keep these safety tips in mind.
With a little prep and a lot of caution, this Halloween holiday can be fun, safe and full of good experiences — just the way you remember it.
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