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Serendipity Dance with the dead and drink with the living at the All Hallows Faire

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Posted: Thursday, October 18, 2012 3:17 pm

There was once a time when lands were ruled by Gods and Deities, Vikings were notoriously known for their raiding parties, and the Celts were creating weapons from iron.

A time when mythical, magical creatures — dragons, minotaurs, unicorns — did not hide from the locals and were said to move among the citizens, some wishing to be seen while others were lurking in the shadows. Now, not so much. You can only find these creatures residing in our childhood fantasies and nightmares, or possibly a movie or two, unless — you have been transported back in time through the 4th annual All Hallows Fantasy Faire.

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