Hats off to you, New Yorkers, you really know how to scare up the Hallowe’en spirit. After writing my post about a traditional Irish Hallowe’en, I ventured forth to take in the bone-chilling sights of 78th Street on Manhattan’s Upper East Side and experience the perilous thrills of 69th Street on the Upper West Side. I was not disappointed. Both blocks were filled with fiendishly frightening pint-sized demons and monsters and ablaze with Hallowe’en horror. Here are a few ghoulish glimpses of the dastardly delights in Manhattan this evening:
Best Hallowe’en costumes moment:
Best ooooooooh moment:
Proper scary moment:
Time to tiptoe all atremble off to bed. I feel the veil draw thin betwixt this world and the spirit world, so I shall light a candle to guide the spirits on their way and wish you a safe and spooky Hallowe’en.