Witches, Goblins and Bears, oh my!

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  • A Zombie Sock Hop Dancer, Kyoshi Warrior and Mad Scientist knocked on doors in Alberton. (Photo by Barnibbe Photography)

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    A monster crashed the festivities along dark, forgotten roads in search of sweet treats. (Photo by Cecily Bean)

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    A Sneaky Sniper, Sugar Skull Skeleton, Hobo and Kim Possible get ready to nab some treats in Superior. (Photo by Kami Hill Milender)

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    A Burglar, Cat Witch and Cleopatra start their search for sweet treats down streets and alleys. (Photo by Kate Digiando)

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    Tammy and Karen working at Exxon in St. Regis get into the “spirit” of things on Halloween. (Photo by Brenda White)

  • A Zombie Sock Hop Dancer, Kyoshi Warrior and Mad Scientist knocked on doors in Alberton. (Photo by Barnibbe Photography)

  • 1

    A monster crashed the festivities along dark, forgotten roads in search of sweet treats. (Photo by Cecily Bean)

  • 2

    A Sneaky Sniper, Sugar Skull Skeleton, Hobo and Kim Possible get ready to nab some treats in Superior. (Photo by Kami Hill Milender)

  • 3

    A Burglar, Cat Witch and Cleopatra start their search for sweet treats down streets and alleys. (Photo by Kate Digiando)

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    Tammy and Karen working at Exxon in St. Regis get into the “spirit” of things on Halloween. (Photo by Brenda White)

Despite temperatures dipping in the low 30s, goblins, witches and ghouls along with a few princesses and super heros trekked down the streets in towns across Mineral County to grab gobs of candy.

Here are just a few of those who made their way around neighborhoods announcing, “Trick or Treat!”

Although bags full of candy suggested that lots of treats were passed out, the way the weather turned bad later in the week, it’s possible that we had a trick played on us as well.

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