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Spooky Skies

October 30, 2011

As you are getting ready to celebrate a night of ghosts and ghouls and walking dead, check out this slide show of amazing footage of the aurora borealis taken last week. And here’s a picture sure to send shivers down your spine!

I’ve heard Inuit describe the aurora as spirits playing kick ball and Athabaskans warn to whistle while the aurora’s out will result in the loss of your spirit. Any other good scary stories about the northern lights?

(from Yuichi Takasaka / TWAN / www.blue-moon.ca)

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