Last night, as a full moon cast an eerie light over the shore, costumed trick-or-treaters ran from home to home – their orange pumpkin pails overflowing with candy. Just two days after the unprecedented Hurricane Sandy hit the Eastern Shore, residents of local communities rushed to make Halloween happen.
|A giant black spider welcomes trick-or-treaters to the Burbage Funeral Home on William Street in Berlin, MD.|
|A Berlin resident dressed as a comical 'cereal killer' during trick-or-treat.|
|The Burbage Funeral Home decorated with large inflatables, tall goblins, and tiny witches.|
|A cannibal pumpkin person served as a lawn decoration on Halloween night.|
|A cyclops watched over a home on Main Street, Berlin as trick-or-treaters passed by.|
|The ghostbusters were fighting ghosts on Washington Street last night.|
|A nightmare-inducing clown frightened many children (and adults, too) on Main Street.|
|Costumed trick-or-treaters at the Hambury residence in Berlin.|
To read more about local Halloween traditions, check out this ShoreBread article: Berlin's Washington Street Residents Still Go Big for Halloween Just Days After Sandy.