Long red masks, torches, chains and dances by the fire - this is what one might see if they were to visit the rural riverside town of Dunly on All Hallows Eve. Many have heard the tales, but those who've claimed to have witnessed these strange customs, are dismissed as attention seekers, fibbers or madmen due to the fact that access to town is cut off in late October. The good news is, you can bring the Long Face Festival to your own town and dupe the Devil by making all the masks from the Demons of Dunly Bridge Collection.
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