Advice for next year’s Halloween costume. If you are going to a party, wear a comfortable costume. If you’re going to a concert/costume contest, which is sure to be crowded, don’t wear costumes that protrude out beyond you, for example, bat wings. Even more important, if you should choose to ignore my advice and wear bat wings, don’t hammer so many beers that you don’t realize that your “dancing” (drunken gesticulation) is causing your wings to molest everyone around you. Just don’t do it.
With that PSA done, here are this year’s Halloween photos. First, Cavity Cove. Because it’s always fun. Today as I was taking pictures, the owner of the house was still putting up finishing touches. I asked him how many trick-or-treaters they get, and he said depends on the weather and on the day of the week, but last year they got about three thousand (yes, 3000!). He said they’ve lived there 14 years, but that the tradition of insane in a good way decorations on D Street goes back 50 years. Thanks, Mr. Cavity Cove, for carrying on the tradition, and for raising money for the local homeless shelter, COTS.
On site dentistry = take a picture with Cavity Cove’s resident “Demented Dentist.”
The dentist couldn’t help the mermaid victim of sharknado.
Don’t like smoke? Suck it up anyway, because “the beatings will continue until morale improves.”
I usually hate these decals, but I’ll forgive you, Mr. Cavity Cove, because you and they are awesome.
Down the street a bit, this giant snake lurks in waiting.
He’s so colorful, he’s a party.
The collaboration-competition houses have grown from two to four houses. They have a lot of stuff. Some of it’s themed, some just creepy.
Is that the Colonel?
I’m not hungry any more.
“Maybe if we look cute, they won’t want to eat us? How are we doing?”
It’s like Farm to Table cuisine, only ickier.
They’re hungry and waiting in line for the chicken diner.
The Zombie Drum Band
Moonshine, a hillbilly treat
Scary swamp people
More scary swamp critters
Ack! Even scarier critters
The scariest critters of all