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THE HALLOWEEN HORROR
I hate Halloween. It wasn’t always this way: When I was a child, I liked to dress up and collect candy from the neighbors; and when I was a little older, I was one of those guys who would go out with eggs and shaving cream, ready for a night of nasty fun. After I became a cop, patrolling dangerous public housing projects, I saw another side of this holiday: Every pervert and nutjob in New York thinks it’s suddenly open season on kids. At the Forty-sixth Precinct in the South Bronx, where I work as a sergeant, the 911 calls start pouring
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RALPH SARCHIE was a Sergeant in the New York Police Department, working in the South Bronx. He patrolled some of New York City's most dangerous slums on the midnight tour, making over 300 arrests and receiving seven medals. He also moonlighted as a demonologist, investigating haunted houses and demonic possession. A devout Catholic, he assisted in 20 exorcisms. He lives in Queens, New York. LISA COLLIER COOL is an author of four previous books and hundreds of articles. She lives in New York.
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