by Denny Banister
Farmers, bless all their souls, have a long history with Halloween. Their most obvious contribution is the Jack O’ Lantern which is grown and sold to seemingly perfectly normal people all across America.
What do we do with our pumpkins? We disembowel them, stuff candles inside the carcass to highlight the disfigurement of the hideous face we carve in the flesh, and display these bodiless heads on