Look | Goblins, Ghosts & Ghouls Find Homes in the City

Saturday, October 22, 2011

A building in the E70s has Halloween guests hanging around outside. (Caitlyn Kim/WNYC)

For some people, a pumpkin just won't do when it comes to Halloween decorations. Front yards become graveyards and house fronts are turned into a macabre scenes or a party of all the Halloween regulars. View some of the Halloween decorations in the city that are designed to fright and delight.

If you see a house that's decorated in an especially ghoulish, scary or creative way, please snap a pic and send it in. We'll add some of our favorites into the slideshow. Click here to submit your photos.

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In Brooklyn, current events help with the Halloween theme.
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A cobweb and spider decorate the window of a building in the Upper East Side.
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The ghouls are in the details.
Caitlyn Kim/WNYC
Two fall favorites combine at this UES abode: Halloween and Football.
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It's the upper reaches of this UES house that has become home to Halloween decorations.
Caitlyn Kim/WNYC
A Halloween version of everything but the kitchen sink near Central Park.
Caitlyn Kim/WNYC
A close-up of the decorations.
Caitlyn Kim/WNYC
In the UES, it's not just the homes that get decorated, trees on the sidewalk help prop up skeletons.
Caitlyn Kim/WNYC
Beware witches, zombies and cobwebs.
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Inflatible decorations dominate at the UES dwelling.
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Caitlyn Kim/WNYC
A building in the E70s has Halloween guests hanging around outside.


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