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Happy Halloween from Karl Hoefle — 1955

Before those fun phone book covers, Hoefle was drawing *other* fun things.

Halloween Party? Don’t Forget the Dr Pepper! — 1947

The “Frosty-Pepper Pumpkin” is ESSENTIAL to any fall party.

Dunking For Apples at a Halloween Night “Spooks’ Party”

Old-fashioned Halloween party fun.

From the Vault: The Mayhem of Halloweens Past

Like the old TX-OU weekends — but crazier!

When Halloween In Dallas Was Mostly “Trick” and Very Little “Treat”

Halloween: when everyone in Dallas became a juvenile delinquent.

Halloween Isn’t Only About the Candy

Three Halloween ads from the 1920s. (What IS a “whoopee suit” anyway?)

Orson Welles In Dallas — 1934-1940

Orson Welles’ first appearance in Dallas was as an 18-year old repertory player.

Year-End List! My Favorite Posts of 2014

My favorite Flashback Dallas posts from the past year!