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Tomorrow’s the Morning for Big Candy and the Secret Pass Code + Lots of Fun, Facts and Prizes with Pete Geiger in the Hiz-ouse
Tomorrow’s the Morning for Big Candy and the Secret Pass Code + Lots of Fun, Facts and Prizes with Pete Geiger in the Hiz-ouse
We're honored that the Moose Morning Show is the radio show that Peter Geiger from the Farmers' Almanac looks forward to all year long. It's the the show that, for many years, he's used to get the word out about the latest edition of his beloved almanac. It's also the morning he tells the world his secret pass code, which holds magic for anyone who loves candy!
Farmers’ Almanac Editor, Peter Geiger, Talks Up Halloween on News 13 as He Gets Ready for Friday’s Moose Morning Show [VIDEO]
Farmers’ Almanac Editor, Peter Geiger, Talks Up Halloween on News 13 as He Gets Ready for Friday’s Moose Morning Show [VIDEO]
Friday morning, Farmers' Almanac editor, Peter Geiger, will join us for our annual Halloween get-together, which is at least 16-years-old. Pete is a great guy and a lot of fun. He's also very generous. On Halloween night, if you go to his home on Brentwood Avenue in Lewiston, you'll get a KING SIZE candy bar. If you know the secret pass code (ONLY revealed on 92 Moose), you'll get THREE KING SIZE
What’s Your Favorite Halloween Candy? — Survey of the Day
What’s Your Favorite Halloween Candy? — Survey of the Day
Whether you're trick-or-treating or preparing for trick-or-treaters, Halloween leaves most folks with an abundance of candy. While it can be difficult to resist any of these tooth-decay-promoting treats, some candy is better than others. According to a survey from Public Policy Polling of 1,200 adults chocolate bars are the Halloween sweet of choice for an overwhelming 62 percent.
Halloween Candies That Need to Come Back
Halloween Candies That Need to Come Back
It’s that time of year again when we apologize to our pancreas and then eat until we're sick -- Halloween candy season! Everywhere we turn, we’re bombarded with chocolate and gummies and sour things and those peanut butter taffies in the wax paper wrapping that no one ever eats. Somehow those things have survived the ages but our favorites have gone by the wayside. It’s bittersweet heaven on earth

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