They're not Halloween-themed, but these events may really scare you

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By Maria Murzyn

Fun, free and inexpensive events blogger

It all starts on Sunday, October 28 at 2pm for the screening of "You Don't Like It There".  This documentary is based on actual footage taken at the Guantanamo Bay Prison.  There'll be information from Patricia A. Bronte, who has served as counsel for some of the prisoners, and she will lead a discussion following the screening.  It's at the main Oak Park Library at 834 Lake St. For additional info, go to www.oppl.org .  Free Event.

"Defamation" is a courtroom drama which explores race, religion, gender, and class divides.  As part of the audience, part of the "jury", this play makes you think.  Come and see it at Oak Park Temple B'Nai Abraham Zion, 1235 N. Harlem in Oak Park on Sunday, October 28, at 3pm.  Details at www.oakparktemple.com or call 708-386-3937 for more details on this Free Event.

Finally on Sunday, the Radio Re-enactment Group performs "War of the Worlds" at the Oak Park Arms, 408 S. Oak Park Ave. in Oak Park.  This play caused a sensation when first performed and remains a classic.  See it at 7pm.  For more information, call 708-386-4040 or visit www.oakparkarms.com.  Free Event.  

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