I love and have always loved Halloween. This year, I thought it might be fun to collect some Halloween stories from some of the coolest artists and craftspeople on the web. I'm happy to report that there was no shortage of enthusiasm behind the idea and in the days leading up to All Hallows Eve, I'll be posting one or two stories per week. Feel free to post your own in the comments section! This should be fun.
Getting the ball rolling is the multi-talented artist/designer/author, Noah Scalin, who is probably best known for the fantastic Skull-A-Day project. Here's his story:
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