Celebrating Halloween at work seems like it should be festive — a chance for people to let loose a little and bond over candy and costumes. And yet, people being people, Halloween at work can sometimes go terribly wrong. At Slate today, I shared some anecdotes from letters I’ve received here about Halloween gone awry — including racist costumes, offices that go overboard for Halloween (one office that for 10 days becomes “a haunted dungeon with spooky lighting, a disturbing soundtrack, gothic pictures and dust covers, and toys that use sensors to jump out at people and make loud noises”), and more.

You can read it here.

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