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Glenn Beck Fusion October 2005 Volume 1 Issue 4
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Glenn Beck Fusion October 2005 Volume 1 Issue 4

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The Scariest Issue Ever! From the picture of President Hillary Clinton on the front, to the “Be Glenn Beck for Halloween” mask on the back, this issue will scare you from cover to cover. Other highlights include the highly controversial article, “The Worst Candies Ever,” along with “The Most Non-Frightening Movie Killers of All Time.” We also include a three page spread on some real life Scary Scenarios and Stu finally comes out of the closet with a startling revelation.
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