It was crisp and cool and it did not rain. Shenanigans were mostly peaceful. Lots of neighbors on 16th, 17th, and 18th Aves along E Aloha put on most excellent shows again including the classic Bates Motel and the Spider House. And the candy was copious. CHS’s visit to the Hilloween Trick or Treat Hot Zone(™) is a nearly annual tradition and the 2019 edition of the fully organic, people-run night of great costumes and good times did not disappoint. CHS saw a dinosaur dancing. And skeletons dancing. And a creepy goblin on a swing. We also saw a human-sized Bop It, the trick or treating Eurythmics, and a tribute to The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Were you out and about? Let us know what you saw.
Thanks to Christopher Boffoli for sharing this time lapse video from the night!
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