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COMMENT Very glad that you're as excited about it as I am, Marion! 😱👻🎃👹🧟🧛🕷️🦇 🕸️⚰️
Oh ,hurray! Hurray, hurray! It's Shocktober!
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The black, white and blue is VERY striking, and carries the sense of a night sky and mystery.
Thanks, Kat, great input!