Astoria, Halloween
Oct 30, 2013

A Few Halloween Scenes in Astoria

The other night while walking over and back to/from the Hell Gate Horror (which was an AWESOME haunted house, geared towards kids), I came across a few houses that had (…)

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The other night while walking over and back to/from the Hell Gate Horror (which was an AWESOME haunted house, geared towards kids), I came across a few houses that had great Halloween decorations going on. I snapped some photos and want to share them here. And be sure to check out our Halloween in Astoria events post – we’re updating it regularly, so new things are included on an almost daily basis.

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On the corner of 28th Street and Ditmars. They’ve also got a flashing light near their front door to make it look spookier.

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The lights on Ditmars were the first thing that caught my eye.

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And then there’s this… aww…

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These people on 26th Street went all out!

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Ghouls, scary characters, and a half dead, headless person in the ground, below a rooftop of smiling pumpkins.

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And a dead angel!

Have you snapped some photos of awesome Halloween decorations in the neighborhood? Send ’em our way and we’ll add them to this piece. Happy Halloween, everyone!

About Meg Cotner

Meg Cotner was trained as a harpsichordist and now works as a freelance writer and editor. She is the author of "Food Lovers' Guide to Queens," and is a skilled and avid home cook, baker, and preserver.

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Vicky P

I am the house on 26th Street. So nice to see you enjoyed the decorations. I hope you come again this year – there will be some new surprises… Happy Halloween!

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