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Stephanie Lovelle

Stephanie is a freelance writer and producer for MarthaStewart.com.
For most people, Halloween is just a single day's celebration taking place on October 31. But then there's the rest of us who embrace the holiday all season long, breaking out decorations and starting to plan costumes once fall begins (and maybe even before then!). For true Halloween lovers, the festivities may start as early as September and can extend all the way into early November upon the end of Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead). Whether you're looking to celebrate Halloween for a day or for an entire month, these destinations provide the perfect ghouls' night out for all. We've rounded up a tour of what we deem to be the best places to celebrate Halloween—taking in all the sights and haunting sounds of the holiday—around the country. 
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