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Halloween Spooktacular Stories by Kansas Citians

By Delores Jones

Kansas City, MO – Today in the US, Halloween seems to have lost most of its spiritual connections. A commentary by an Afghan-American provides a new glimpse of the holiday. A Native-American tale from the Muskogee Creek people of Oklahoma. An underworld story from Taiwanese and Buddhist culture. And a crying spirit from the Latino culture speaks to us.

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