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Your Complete Guide to Halloween 2016 in Seattle

by Stranger Things To Do Staff This Is Halloween will return to the Triple Door again this year. Last year, Theater Editor Rich Smith said it was full of "existential terror" and dancers "as sexy as long knives." MIKE SAVOIA Halloween is three weeks from today, which means it's time to start planning which costume parties, scary movies, and/or haunted houses you're going to.
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