Halloween can be spent watching scary movies, going to haunted houses, or it can just be an excuse to eat candy.
NCTV17’s news crew hit the streets to find out what residents plan to do for the spooky holiday.
The main staple of Halloween is dressing up in costumes. “I want to be Spiderman, because I like to shoot the web out,” said Glen Ellyn resident Gage.
Students at North Central are hosting a trick or treating event. “Kids are coming to trick or treat in our dorm,” said freshman Cassie Sperry. “We’re going to hand out candy.”
Preparation for the holiday is key for Naperville resident Lee Weiss. “I’ve already got my treats. I’ve got my dummy out in the front, that talks when people walk up to him,” said Weiss. “I’ve got my lights all ready and my pumpkins painted.”
Visitors should beware of Leroy Barncord’s Aurora home. “My son will be on our front porch scaring people as they walk up,” Barncord said.
Although the city of Naperville doesn’t have a trick or treating ordinance in place, police encourage everyone to be done trick or treating by 8 p.m.
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