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Hi folks,

I live in Scotland and have been a massive Halloweener ever since I was little. You didn't used to get much in the shops here when I was wee, and the shops didn't really sell pumpkins so you made turnip lanterns, which smell better but take ages to carve. You only got two or three masks, a cheap cape and those rubber fingers with witch's nails.
There's a lot more on offer now, but most of the cool stuff still seems to be in the US. There are a couple of farms near me that now run fright nights nearer the time, including one where you creep through a corn maze and find clues while people jump out at you.
Looking forward to seeing all the stuff you've made.
Turnip x:eek:
 

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Hey Turnip! Welcome to the forums! Love to hear more about Halloween in Scotland. Seems wrong somehow that Halloween is a bigger deal on this side of the pond than it is in Scotland or Ireland.
 

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Your knowledge of turnips and jack-o'-lanterns would make you a heck of a player in Halloweeja. LOL! Have you considered using power tools to carve? HalloweenForumFriendly.jpg
 
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