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Club Penguin’s Annual Halloween Party Gets Spookier

Club Penguin’s Annual Halloween Party Gets Spookier with Walt Disney Parks and Resorts-Inspired Haunted Mansion and new Halloween Single, “Ghosts Just Wanna Dance”! Back to Article

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venelissa
venelissa wrote:
2012-10-25 16:03:27 -0700

oh finally !!!!!
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