We asked, you de­liv­ered ... spooky homes!

The Dundalk Eagle - - OPINION - By NICOLE ROD­MAN nrod­man@ches­pub.com

It’s al­most here! The spook­i­est day of the year will soon be upon us, and boy do you guys know how to cel­e­brate!

The re­sponse to my call for photos of lo­cal houses dec­o­rated for Hal­loween was im­pres­sive, as was the qual­ity of dec­o­ra­tions dis­played.

From boun­ti­ful sea­sonal har­vests to dis­turbingly-real prop (I hope!) elec­tric chairs, I was blown away by the pro­fes­sional-level dis­plays right here in our very own town.

I en­cour­age ev­ery­one to take a look. The fun starts on page 17 with a few photos cap­tured by my hus­band/pho­tog­ra­pher ex­traor­di­naire, Michael Rod­man. Read­er­sub­mit­ted photos are on pages 18 and 19.

If that’s not enough Hal­loween fun for you, grab the fam­ily and hop in the car and take a ride around your neigh­bor­hood. I guar­an­tee you will see some homes done up in grand fash­ion for the hol­i­day.

And don’t for­get to check out Com­mu­nity Cal­en­dar and else­where in this is­sue for a va­ri­ety of fall fes­ti­vals, trunk-or-treats and other Hal­loween hap­pen­ings tak­ing place across the area.

From all of us here at the Dun­dalk Ea­gle, have a safe and spooky Hal­loween.

Opin­ions ex­pressed are those of the writer and do not rep­re­sent the opinion of The Dun­dalk Ea­gle or Adams Pub­lish­ing Group.


Witches cast their spells at Charlesmont Apart­ments.

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