Just slightly behind the reintroduction of all things pumpkin spice, the Halloween season is upon us.
While it’s perfectly fine to sit home this year with a big bucket of popcorn on your lap and stream your favorite scary movies, there are plenty of things to go see and do.
A thought: If you set out to see some spooky places over the next few weeks, consider masking up. Not only does mask-wearing help reduce the spread of COVID-19, but it’s also traditional during the Halloween season.
Point Pleasant, the Mothman and the curse
The surge in COVID-19 cases led organizers of the Mothman Festival to call off this year’s festivities. But you can still make the drive to Point Pleasant, West Virginia, to get your picture with the statue of (arguably) West Virginia’s best-known cryptid.
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