Wednesday October 31, 2007

The Haloween library pumpkin letters

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Someone has been planting a pumpkin on the spire of the North Miami Public Library every Halloween night for the last 37 years(!), accompanied by peculiar, rhymed, letters. Full of bad poetry and bizarre references, and signed by “Coxie’s Army,” the letters claim that the act somehow protects the library. The Herald has a story, along with a pdf of 25 of the letters. Here they are for your easy reading (click above). Actually, the letters are at least as interesting visually as they are to read — full of graphic elements, “redacted” sections, and odd symbols. Viva la pumpkin!

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  1. Pam    Thu Nov 1, 12:16 PM #  

    The rainbow pic rocks