Bruins reflect on their favorite Halloween memory

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Ann Fitzmaurice

“A couple years ago I went to my friend’s house with a few other friends and we didn’t really have a theme. We just kind of went as whatever. I went as a ladybug and my friend was a tardis but she looked like dorothy. She also looked like she had a bunch of windows—because the Tardis has windows—so we called her Sir-dorothy-tardis-butt.” —Savannah Wittman, sophomore

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“When I was really little, my siblings and I would all dress up as characters from the same movie and my parents and I would make movies together then go out and Trick-Or-Treat. When I was like eight we all went as characters from Tangled and we reenacted the movie.” —Sarah Keely, freshman

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“When I was young, in Korea, there was like an English Academy so we knocked on the door and they gave me a bunch of chocolates. Then [my friend] and I ate them, but I had a stomach after that. After Halloween, I wanted to travel to a different country but I couldn’t because of my stomach. It was horrible but it’s my favorite and most impressive memory.” —Yul Shin, sophomore

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“I was trick or treating at my neighbor’s house and he let his dog out, who was like a foot taller than me and I was freaked out. It was a long time ago … I was like a solid five years old.” —Garrett Pangborn, senior

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“I was in elementary school and I dressed up as Benjamin Franklin and I had these fake teeth. They really hurt. They hurt very very bad but I was persistent, I made sure I wore them the entire time I was trick-or-treating. But it poured down rain and I had this wig and extra spray hair color. It poured so I got drenched, so all of this white and gray covered my face and all of my clothes. It was miserable but I thought it was really fun until the end of the night when I realized this was absolutely miserable. My brother went trick-or-treating and I was Benjamin Franklin with fake teeth and it rained.” —Patrick Sullivan, teacher

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“[My friend’s] house was this huge three story white—it looked like a haunted house like perfect—house.Well I saw a green goblin ghost. Of course I was impressionable, I was seven. But for a long time I swore to people I really did see a ghost with an orange sweater on the top floor of [my friend’s] attic.” Did you see it? “Now I don’t know anymore.” —Michael McGinty, teacher

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What’s your favorite Halloween memory?