Getting Into The Spirit For Halloween

Posted by – Dale Mathes, Code Enforcement Officer

Traditionally, the night before All Saint’s Day has been celebrated as All Hallow’s Eve or Halloween.  It has become a night of ghosts, goblins, monsters, zombies … and trick or treat.  Many Auburn Hills’ residents take the opportunity to adorn their homes and yards.  These decorations run the gamut from whimsical to gruesome.

This dragon makes his home on Alberta.
This dragon makes his home on Alberta
This witch (and her cat) crash landed on Garden Court
This witch (and her cat) crash landed on Garden Court
This spider has spun his web on Richwood
This spider has spun his web on Richwood
This cemetery can be found on Cherryland
This cemetery can be found on Cherryland

Tomorrow is the big night for trick or treaters of all ages.   Hours are from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.   Have a happy and safe Halloween.

As Sir Graves used to say: “Happy Haunting!”