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Great Halloween memories abound

A couple of boney friends greet guests on Halloween night. (by Cynthia Kurose)

Great Halloween memories abound

Scripps Ranch neighborhoods were crawling with ghosts, skeletons, super heroes and characters of all sorts on Halloween night. It was a peaceful evening for the most part and the weather was decent. Children scampered about, visiting doors and hollering “Trick or treat” throughout most of the early evening. Friendly neighbors were willing to hand out treats, filling the kids’ Halloween baskets and bags with wonderful goodies. Here are a few photos from readers sharing images of fun costumes and decorations from what was a night to remember.

Send your Halloween photos
It’s not too late to send photos of your ghosts and goblins in their Halloween costumes for inclusion on this page. Send your photos to Scripps Ranch News and we will post them here and publish most of them in the November issue of the newspaper. Include names of those in the photos and name of the photographer. Email info@scrippsranchnews.com.

Peter, Shannon, EJ, Aaron, and Judah Horton dressed as In-N-Out Burger employees.
These sisters had a “Spooktacular” Halloween as Snow White (Julia Singh) and Thomas the Train (Victoria Singh). (by Oly Singh)
Kamryn Sablad, 8, proudly sports her poodle skirt on Halloween. (by Catherine Sablad)
Youngsters participate in a neighborhood pumpkin carving party. (by Melanie Potter)
The Kurose family went all-out with delightful decorations. (photo by Cynthia Kurose)
Brian and Cynthia Kurose dressed as Ghostbusters while son Andy stole the show as the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man. (photo by Cynthia Kurose)
Trick or treaters passed through a colorfully decorated entryway in front of this home. (by John Gregory)
Count Dracula was buried in this front yard. (by John Gregory)
A giant black cat greeted visitors outside a Scripps Ranch home. (by John Gregory)
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