The Real Purpose Behind the Annual Halloween Festival

Are you brave enough to sleep in the ‘Ghostbusters’ firehouse this Halloween? We’ll tell you when to go and bring you up to speed on everything else you need to know.

1. This isn’t Halloween!

The real purpose behind the annual Halloween festival is not to scare children, but to raise funds for charity.

While some of the other “Halloweens” aren’t actually real (like the one that sees the townspeople from the movie “Psycho” or the one that sees the ghost of a child wearing the Halloween costume of a dog), we’re all pretty sure that the real purpose behind the annual Halloween festival is to raise funds for charity.

While some of the other “Halloweens” aren’t actually real (like the one that sees the townspeople from the movie “Psycho” or the one that sees the ghost of a child wearing the Halloween costume of a dog), we’re all pretty sure that the real purpose behind the annual Halloween festival is to raise funds for charity.

2. There are no real ghosts!

There are no “ghosts” at all!

It’s actually the entire point of the Halloween celebration: to raise funds for the charity of your choice.

3. We’re not going to be wearing costumes this time.

Why? Because this year, we’re not dressing up as ghosts!

This is actually an annual tradition that some of our city’s residents partake in each year because it makes me happy to see so many people happy.

4. Don’t expect the firehouse to be open.

It’s not going to be open. There are some safety issues that we’re working on, but this year we will be open for trick-or-treaters, but there will be no Halloween activity.

5. Go to the firehouse on Monday!

There is absolutely no reason to take advantage of this annual event if you’re planning to use the firehouse for trick-or-treating on Halloween. It’s not open for trick-or-treating on Monday.

6. There are no actual ghosts and goblins.

It’s actually the entire

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