Back the old days, at Haunted High School, Frankie and Wanda were an item.
(That's Wanda on the right, wearing the black hat. Isn't her green nose divine? Frankie always thought so. He never really got over her.)
And that's Frankie. True blue. He stopped wearing his retainer as soon as he moved out of his parents' house.
Jack was always the class clown and Boo was his faithful sidekick. The two of them never really grew up.
Vin was the one who always wanted to play in a band...
... and was never seen without his glow-in-the-dark drumsticks.
He had a couple of hits and then was never heard from again. Rumor has it he works at a Jack in the Coffin out in the valley. But he still carries his glow-in-the-darks everywhere he goes.
And everyone remembers Molly, who was going to write great whoo-done-its...
She published a couple with a vanity press. Now she's got a new ebook out. It's available on Kindle, though Molly gets less for each sale.
Then there was Fritz, who napped through all his classes, but was always first in line in the cafeteris on fish sticks day...
...and Bertie (on the right), who became a vegan long before it was fashionable.
They all found each other on FaceBoo a while back, and started emailing back and forth. They decided they'd hold a reunion (though they prefer not to state in which yeat they graduated.)
Organizing the reunion was a nightmare. Finally Agatha arranged transportation, as they were all over the country. She runs a limo broom service.
Bert handled security. He used to work for the Scarecrow PD, but now that he's older, he's a security guard at a retirement pumpkin patch.
Barry did all the floral arrangements. He wanted everything to look festive, just as it had at their prom years earlier. There were corsages for all the females, boutonnieres for the gentlemen, and dried up petals for the departed.
It was a spectacular event. Everyone showed up. Even the unpopular pumpkin everyone used to make fun of. They partied deep into the night... and the next night... and the next. In fact, they're still celebrating. It helps to be un-dead. They've decided to do this every year, around this time. They'll have to head home eventually, to prepare for Halloween, but for now, they're all here. So enjoy.
Skippy was in charge of souvenir bracelets, but she got busy dancing and only made one, so here it is.