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The blood-red carpet: Costumes from boro Halloween bashes

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1/11
Change places!: Suleny Cruz came dressed as Mad Hatter from “Alice and Wonderland” during the Haunted Walk at Owl’s Head Park.
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Young and old: Jamie Fiola dressed daughter Avery as a little old woman.
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Blood sisters: Anna Pitts and Molina Muliava dressed as sibling witches.
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Hungry?: A butcher carves up a heart inside the Haunted Walk.
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Trapped, like greenhouse gas: Mother nature is stuck behind bars.
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‘Fraidy bird: A walker gets a shock.
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No bones about it: An attendee wears an awesome Day of the Dead costume.
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He’s the marshal!: Two-year-old Javi Petraru picked a pumpkin during the halloween festival at the Lott House on Oct. 29.
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Hide your cookies!: Gabriel and Paul Ligresti dress up as characters from “Sesame Street.”
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Trick-or-treating is what Tiggers do best!: Ethan Yip in his Tigger costume from Winnie-the-Pooh.
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Scary and sweet: Brothers Gregory and Nicholas Gobaira dressed up as the villain from “Scream” and a ghostbuster.

Halloween events in Marine Park and Bay Ridge were bursting bewitching costumes this year. Here are some of the highlights!

Reach deputy editor Max Jaeger at mjaeger@cnglocal.com or by calling (718) 260–8303. Follow him on Twitter @JustTheMax.
Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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