“Halloween: A Call to the Devil”

Halloween is the best time of year to be a caller.

Not only does it bring back some of the magic that brought you together in the first place, but it also brings the whole family together for some good laughs and a good time.

Callers, however, are often unaware that there are still other things that will bring them closer together.

And some of those things will not be for the faint of heart.

The good news is that we have the tools to help you find and keep friends in your corner.

Here are six tips for keeping your family and friends close during the holiday season.


Be careful when sharing something Halloween-related with friends.

If you share Halloween-themed content with friends, make sure that you follow up with a request to make sure they understand the rules and the risks involved.


If your friends are sharing a holiday that they really don’t want to go to, it’s a good idea to ask them to do so in advance.

If they don’t agree to it, the next best thing is to say that they can come with you to the costume party.


Keep the lines between friends and relatives as tight as possible.

If something goes down at the Halloween party, it might not be because you’re sharing something with a friend, but because you want to protect your family members from the negative consequences of sharing the party with strangers.


Don’t be surprised if you find out your family is going to be in your hometown for the holiday.

The city you call home might be your family’s favorite, and you might not want to let them go for the same reasons.


Be mindful of the fact that people are coming to you from different parts of the world.

If, for instance, you’re living in an African country and your family member is in a different city, you may be sharing something that you don’t know is illegal.

And if you’re in an Asian country, you might be sharing the same costume party as a Japanese guest.


If a person you know is in your family gets involved with a stranger, be ready to talk.

If the situation escalates, it is important to have a conversation with them.

There are plenty of people who would like to talk to you about Halloween but are not ready to make the effort.

You can be a hero for keeping them safe and happy during this time of the year.