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If you're ever in need of some new recipe ideas, why not try your local cemetery?

A woman on TikTok is winning tons of fans for her unusual hobby of gathering up baking recipes from gravestones across the U.S., and apparently her treats from beyond the grave are "to die for."

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A local cemetery in Windsor got in some hot water last week over a controversial COVID-19 sign.

Windsor Memorial Gardens, a not-for-profit cemetery, put up a sign reading, "Not vaccinated yet, you may be here soon" last Wednesday.

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Drivers in Ontario are getting cautioned by the OPP over something that really shouldn't require cautioning — "off-roading through a cemetery is not okay."  

A 32-year-old from Brampton is facing charges after Caledon OPP officers learned that their Jeep was stuck in a cemetery on the night of February 22, 2021.

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Haunting season is here! Between spooky ghost walks and cute pumpkin patches, there are so many things to do in Ottawa this weekend that will get you even more excited for Halloween. So grab your witchiest hats and let the city put a spell on you. 

From the downtown core to small towns just outside of the city, the capital is ripe with fall fun for you to enjoy.

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Halloween is creeping up on us and before we know it, the spookiest day of the year will finally be here. While San Antonio may have plenty of parties and haunted houses to choose from, there's only one place we can think of spending our Halloween... at a cemetery, of course. This month, you'll be able to ghost tour the City Cemetery #1 in San Antonio with only a flashlight, and hope you don't run into any ghosts along the way.

On the evenings of both Wednesday, October 30 and Thursday, October 31, Curious Twins Paranormal and Ghost Tours is offering one of the coolest and spookiest experiences you could ever get. From 6:30 to 8:15 on both nights, you'll be given only a flashlight and guided through one of the oldest operating cemeteries in San Antonio. If you're reading this and kicking yourself for already having Halloween plans, that's what Wednesday's tour is for!

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