This past Friday night, I went to my first Halloween party in years out at my cousin Julie's house in Beaver Dam. I expected a lot of decorations, but what I did not expect was the amount of creative, spooky treats she put together. 

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Julie Taylor Bullock/Facebook
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Here's one decoration that greeted us at the door, ooooooh.

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A scary cherry pie.

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Yikes! My cousin Alex picked up the head and told a hilarious story about a man he knew who used to live in Rosine. Alex helped him clean up one time and he found this rock that James Hines thought was a head.

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Julie Taylor Bullock/Facebook
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Poison, candied apples

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Julie Taylor Bullock/Facebook
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Blood for the Shirley Temples, it was grenadine.

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Julie Taylor Bullock/Facebook
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I can confirm they were very salty, pretzels.

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Julie Taylor Bullock/Facebook
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How about some Halloweentown Fizz?

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Julie Taylor Bullock/Facebook
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This was brie with jam/blood inside.

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Julie Taylor Bullock/Facebook
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And what would a Halloween party be without some good old black widow venom. I'm still unsure what was really in these vials, probably food coloring.

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Julie Taylor Bullock/Facebook
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These are some of the most delicious severed finger cookies I've ever had.

I can't wait until next year!