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If you thought daylight couldn’t send shivers down your spine, then you missed the spooktacular haunted walk at Owl’s Head Park.

By the light of the yellow orb, Halloween trick-or-treaters donned their scariest, most whimsical costumes and headed for the sprawling green at 68th Street and Colonial Road, where they put their eeriest foot forward %u2013 with other intrepid critters %u2013 to celebrate the year’s zaniest fright fest.

The delightful stroll featured an eye-popping, spine-tingling assortment of ghouls, goblins, witches and other frightful folk, who did their devilish best to entertain the Halloween hordes as they set goosebumps-a-rising.

The spooktacle was produced in conjunction with the New York City Parks Department.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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