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Indiana, known for it’s fall palate of color, defers that notoriety to the turning leaves of the trees, trees, and more trees saturating the horizon. A true Hoosier knows you do not have to make haste to Brown County for this image to be a reality. The leaves in Shelby County, as well as man…
I have begun to undertake the unpleasant task of unsubscribing from all the spam email I unintentionally signed up for. Unsubscribing is apparently not a word, or so says Microsoft Word when it places squiggly red lines under the term every time I use it.
To me, there is no scarier villain in all of horror cinema than Michael Myers. The killer from 1978’s “Halloween” is the epitome of soullessness, and his haunting visage gave me some sleepless nights at my grandparents’ isolated farmhouse when I was 11. That said, I also have a tremendous am…