A Halloween To Remember

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4 Responses

  1. Oh the poor dear. What a rotten thing to do! I’m so sorry.

  2. Paulette says:

    What an awful thing to do, shame on them. This should have been an exciting and fun evening for her. I am so sorry. I hope she is feeling better.

  3. Tammy says:

    I would seriously be tempted to talk to the local police department. He grabbed her and terrorized her which is assault and battery. You could press charges, but I think a talking to from the local police might get those people’s attention. They should be made aware of the serious lack of judgment and unnecessary terror they have now inflicted on a child who has considerable fear issues to begin with. I don’t blame you for being furious. Luring a child into a house with candy and then purposely terrorizing them is not funny, by any means.

  4. I have definitely considered the police department. I already have a child who panics. She did sleep through most of the night but this morning would not walk out to the car for school because it was still dark. I had to put my stuff in the car and walk her slowly with a wiffle ball bat and flashlight. She had trust issues already with anyone outside our house – and you can imagine just how scared she was to ditch the rest of Halloween right there and then. She could barely walk back home – just four houses away. I have never heard a child scream with that much hysteria and I doubt I ever will again. There is no way that person(s) could not have been affected.

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