Rachel Dedmon, 8, right, has a shocked look on her painted face when she and best friend Savannah Lee, 8, are told by a Platt College representative that the red sauce she gives them to dip merengue bones into is made with blood . The pastry chef was teasing the girls about the dip and quickly explained to the girls it is actually a cherry based sauce. Residents of Moore were invited to celebrate the Mexican tradition of honoring deceased loved ones at the Moore Public Library's Day of the Dead Culture Festival on Saturday, Oct. 27, 2012. Activities included Day of the Dead bread and merengue bones prepared by Platt College students and staff, musical performances, face painting, storytelling and crafts. Photo by Jim Beckel, The Oklahoman
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