October 30, 2018 Slideshows » Arts + Scene

An Old Town Trick or Treat 

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Michael Cain volunteered for the role of Bigfoot and passing out candy at the Humboldt Skate Lab, but it turned out most children were too scared to enter when he was in full costume.
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SWAT team leader James Jackson, of Eureka, brought his prisoner dad, Eric, along to sample the treats at the Himalyan Rug Traders shop.
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Lexy Cann passed out treats in front of Kokopilau.
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Casey, Ciena and Stacey Riley, of Eureka, were careful to color between the crosswalk lines.
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Jessica Hall offered treats via a basket made into a political caricature.
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Angelic and devilish treats were offered by Tangee Houston (left) and Jenny Steubing at Couture.
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Tangee Houston (left) and Jenny Steubing in devilish and angelic costumes offered treats at Couture.
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Scary clowns (maybe too many ...) wandered Old Town.
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Julio Torres, who was offering treats at Seamoors, created his own imaginative face painting design.
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A hungry wolf in grandma's clothing (Zoey Laytart) offered treats in front of Many Hands Gallery.
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The McBroome family from Eureka came dressed in style as they wandered Old Town.
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The Invisible Man walked the streets looking for more treats.
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No. 85 Paxton Bateman, of Eureka and the McKinleyville Panthers, headed for the showers.
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Charles, Stacey and Lena Anderson, of Eureka, walked the streets as Mickey, Minnie and Mini-Minnie Mouse.
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The Here & There & Vintage store staff continued presenting their annual quandary to the young trick or treat seekers — a polished rock or sugar-filled candy? The rocks continued to prove to be popular.
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Mad Scientist Nicholas Neil performed on a theremin (an electronic musical instrument controlled without physical contact by the thereminist) for trick-or-treaters in front of the Siren Song Tavern.
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This young girl rocked maximum plumage with her beautiful peacock costume.
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Backed by a colorful stringed-insrument display at Mantova Second Street Music, Anthony Mantova had a steady stream of trick-or-treaters seeking his offerings.
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Four black witches (Jess Albertson (left), Lisa Atkins, Alisha Gimenez and Susanna Zeitlin) were joined by one white witch (Amanda Stark) at Forever Young.
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Four black witches (Jess Albertson (left), Lisa Atkins, Alisha Gimenez and Susanna Zeitlin) and one white witch (Amanda Stark) passed out treats from their cauldron at Forever Young.
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