Penticton’s haunted heights a hit for ghouls

They came out of the woodwork and cracks in the streets to celebrate the annual event that is Halloween in Penticton.

Black cats

Black cats

Ghosts, goblins and many other living and non-living entities roamed the city streets of Penticton Monday during the annual Halloween celebrations.

Among the more popular events was the Nightmare on Front Street which included a parade down the 200-block of Main Street to Front Street where the fun and games and some hot dogs and hamburgers were the order of business.

As well, awards were give out to the best costume (Jude Fries, Jesse and Belinda) most original (Darryl Jones) best themed group (Alicia Allatt, Reese and Lexi) and best dressed pet (Griffin the Leonberger towing Carson Parrott.

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