Here they are ... Dundalk’s most boo-tiful haunted houses!
Halloween is almost here!
The most spooktacular day of the year will soon be upon us, and across the area, residents are getting into the spooky spirit!
After weeks of calls to submit house photos, and my own tour of local haunts, I have compiled a collection of just a few of the most impressive Halloween displays around the area.
From beautiful harvest displays to gruesome gore and scary scenes, I was blown away by the quality of the displays across the area.
Still trying to get into the holiday spirit? Look no further than our Halloween Houses feature. The fun starts elsewhere in this issue with a variety of photos taken from around Dundalk.
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.
The annual Dundalk Family Fall Festival will haunt Veterans Park and the Dundalk Village Shopping Center on Saturday, Oct. 27, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. A preview of that event can be found in this week’s issue.
The Dundalk-Patapsco Neck Historical Society will also get in on the fun with their own spooky scene inside their museum at 4 Center Place, across from the Dundalk Post Office.
A variety of trunk or treats and other spooky happenings can be found elsewhere in this issue.
From all of us here at the Dundalk Eagle, have a safe and spooky Halloween.
Beatles fan Ron Kuhar of Glenhurst Road made a life-sized, Halloween-themed display of the “Abbey Road” album cover in his backyard for grandson Alex Garnek (on bongos) in 2015.