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Spooky Safety

Staying safe is crucial to having an enjoyable Halloween

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Halloween night comes with a lot of fun, and sadly the possibility of danger. Halloween can be entertaining and enjoyable, if you take the right safety precautions.

One tip to staying safe, is to check your candy before eating it. Your candy may contain pills and drugs, especially if the wrapper is opened or if it is homemade.

Also, you should not go into strangers’ homes. If you get invited into a stranger’s home, it gives them a better opportunity to hurt you.

In addition, always hang out with a group. There is safety in numbers, in case a bad event happens, and therefore more people are able to help and resolve the problem.

Last but not least, always have your phone on you. If you get lost or separated from your group, simply call someone, such as authorities, to receive help.

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