Christian conducts spooky Halloween experiments

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Foam shoots out of a pumpkin after Mr. Kelly Christian, chemistry teacher, put goat’s blood in it in the chemistry lab Thursday, Oct. 31. The blood and pumpkin react to form the foam.

IMAGE / Connor Earegood
Pieces of a carved pumpkin fly into the air after Mr. Kelly Christian, chemistry teacher, ignites a gas inside the pumpkins with an electric device in the chemistry lab on Halloween, Thursday, Oct. 31.

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Mr. Kelly Christian, chemistry teacher, blows soap bubbles into a glass tank with dry ice in the bottom Thursday, Oct. 31. The bubbles float inside of the tank instead of falling because of the density of the carbon dioxide gas coming off of the dry ice.

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Mr. Kelly Christian, chemistry teacher, pushes rounded metal kitchenware against a block of dry ice to create his own “music” in the chemistry lab Thursday, Oct. 31. Vibrations from the metal items create high pitched noises.

IMAGE / Connor Earegood
Senior Amari Douglas (center) touches a block of dry ice with a gloved hand in Mr. Kelly Christian’s physics class on Halloween, Thursday, Oct. 31. Seniors Jon Conway (second from left), Alfonso Rodriguez (second from right) and Raydoffa Braziel (right) watch in curiosity.

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