Goth Day 2023 

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Rachel Butt had the perfect attire for a foggy cemetary walk nextdoor to Old Steeple, who hosted Goth Day Revisted on May 20.
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Charlie O'Neill and Rain Ross-Kohl enjoyed confections in the foggy Ferndale cemetery.
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Erin Scofield, a board member at Companion Animals Foundation in Eureka, holds one of three kittens that were available for adoption at Goth Day Revisited.
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Shauna Rowley sold historically inspired candles from her business Pestilence Pours. A Candle scent named Bog Body referenced the mummification process that takes place in peat bogs. Rowley says the candle smells like cranberries and marmalade.
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Jessi Shelton sold a variety of creepy crafts from their business Humboldt Needler. Their table hosted needle-felt creatures, goth pet portraits, bottled terrariums and resin crafts.
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A werewolf pup reborn doll created by Kelly Sprague. All the hairs on the reborn dolls are individually rooted.
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Kelley Sprague's reborn dolls — hyper-realistic baby dolls dressed to look like creepy clowns, werewolf puppies and house elves.
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Ella Swanson, Rain Swanson, and Noah Swanson browsed a curated collection of dark, drab provided by the Costume Box, a year-round costume shop in Eureka.
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Halley Hammond brought tinctures, hangover cures and brews from her herbals and apothecary shop, which just opened on Myrtle Avenue in Eureka.
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Photo by Ollie Hancock
Rachel Butt had the perfect attire for a foggy cemetary walk nextdoor to Old Steeple, who hosted Goth Day Revisted on May 20.

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