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Residents prepare for All Hallows’ Eve on Monday

All Hallows' EveResidents prepare for All Hallows' Eve on Monday

Brantford and area residents are getting ready for All Hallows’ Eve by decorating their houses for the scariest and creepiest night of the year.

Ghost, goblins and skeletons… oh my!
Spooky “Nightmare Before Christmas” themed decorations take over a front lawn in Brantford.

Residents have spent the last few weeks preparing their homes for trick-or-treaters when they roam around town on Monday, October 31.

A homeowner shows off their Harry Potter and Ron Weasley blow-up decorations in preparation for Halloween on Monday, October 31.

There are plenty of spine-chilling houses in and around Brantford that are sure to put a scare in kids of all ages. 

Creepy graveyard decorations fill a front yard in Brantford.

Many COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted since last year and have provided a sense of normalcy as kids get ready for this year’s Halloween festivities.

Homeowners in the area have decorated their homes with spooky creatures for Halloween.
Halloween decorations can be seen all over the streets of Brantford in anticipation of All Hallows’ Eve on Monday, October 31.

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