Locals Celebrate Halloween
See photos from Halloween celebrations
around the county.
Oscar the Grouch takes a break from his cranky responsibilities to share treats with Damian Johnson, 2, and his mother. The two family members were dressed as characters from Grease.
Halloween is for all ages, as proven by 2-year-old Damian Johnson, who passed out candy to a trunk or treater dressed as an elderly woman — walker included.
Staff with Freeman Ambulance Services repuporsed a gurney into a treat tray to serve youth during Anderson’s annual costume parade in Town Hole.
Anderson Elementary’s therapy dog, Mizz, took part in the costume parade through Town Hole disguised as a peacock.
Stilt-walking skeleton, Will Sharples, wowed, waved at and high-fived costumed kids as they paraded around Town Hole on Halloween.
McDonald County Living Center staff donned their spookiest witch and warlock costumes to pass out candy in Town Hole last week.
Sheila Johnson and her sidekick, Little Girl, both participate in the holiday. Johnson said her costume strives to reflect cotton candy vibes.
Members of the Anderson Fire Department compliment one trunk or treater on his creative, custom firefighter gear.
Some costumes took onlookers back in time, such as this Southern belle, complete with a lace parasol.