Summer Shocks 1991: Body Parts

No one trick or treats on the last day of school, no one carves jack o' lanterns on July 4th, or goes on haunted hayrides in August.

When it comes to beloved macabre traditions, the fall is the season that gets all the attention. Thanks to the celebration of Halloween, the autumn months have always been indelibly associated with all things frightful. Summer, on the other hand, is ostensibly all that horror isn't about – a golden time of warm weather, trips to the beach, fireworks, road trips and family picnics.

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