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It’s hard to miss the 22-foot slab of particle board mounted on one-by-threes and screwed to the fence outside 109 Hall Street, between Myrtle Avenue and the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway in Wallabout. For one, it is a busy display, equally conspicuous for its size as for the immoderate messaging it’s signal-blasting out to passersby. LANDMARK ADMIRALS ROW, it reads, in block letters formed with blue masking tape. DON’T LET PIRATE MIKE BILL STEAL OUR HERITAGE!...
One of the best things about Halloween is the advent of fall and the change in the air—Jack Autumn nipping at your nose. Watching a horror movie with a cool October breeze wafting through that window you forgot to close is inimitable. But say you want to get out of the house and away from the TV? Try walking around Brooklyn and passing these buildings, whose creepy facades will blend perfectly with the weather...

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