Halloween knocks on Valentine Dining Hall’s door step

Althorughout month of October, Chartwells gave the Valentine Dining Hall a creepy transformation having spooky decor greet Lasers at every turn. Chartwells once again gave the dining hall an outstanding spine-chilling makeover with not only decorations but also creative haunted food names for Lasers to choose from.

Photos were taken by Digital Editor Ruth Kehinde

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Mirror, Mirror on the wall, these are the most Spooktacular movies of them all

By Ruth Kehinde – Digital Editor

West Newton Cinema playing a selection of classic movies amidst the pandemic.
Photo by Abi Brown.

As Halloween approaches, there are many spooky movies for people to get into the groove of watching. Within the month of October, putting on a good scary movie and preparing to scream your head off is the ideal move. Although there’s many horror films that have been made over the years, here are some that are without a doubt, spooktacular:

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Halloween Howl at the Dining Hall

It’s creepy and it’s kooky, mysterious and spooky, it’s the Halloween Howl at Valentine Dining Hall! On Oct. 30, Chartwells gave the dining hall a spooky makeover complete with food, a photo booth and even a tarot card reader! The typical dining hall fare got a holiday twist  with haunted names and creepy details.

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Ghost Ship Harbor is a real-life haunt

By Ryan Fitzgerald & Tristan Davis – Co-Editor-in-Chief & Features Editor

Sitting calmly in the bay of Quincy is a naval ship with quite a history. In 1953, the “Sea Witch” doubled as a hospital and morgue for victims of the Ionian earthquake, carrying passengers from the rubble. Many did not survive. Though the passengers from the original ride are long gone, those that still work on the ship say their spirits have made it their permanent home. Today, the USS Salem leads a very different life.

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Nicknamed the “Sea Witch,” the USS Salem sits in Quincy Harbor. Today, she’s decked out in full Halloween attire. Ghost Ship Harbor is located at 739 Washington Street, Quincy. Photo by Ryan Fitzgerald

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