The Tri-Cities is less than 36 hours from another ghoulish evening of tricks and/or treats.
Homes across the region are set to light up the night and hand out candy to trick-or-treaters decked out in their costumes for a safe, fun experience.
This past month, we asked on several occasions for local residents to share their haunted homes with the community for those aiming to cover as many neighbourhoods as possible — especially those with big, creative and interactive displays.
If there's a house decorated for Halloween you think deserves a shout out or a visit from trick-or-treaters, you're encouraged to post their address or neighbourhood block in the comments below.
If you have a photo, you can share it and the house's location in the comments of this story's post on the Tri-City News Facebook page.
Here are some of the addresses we've received:
- 2988 Forestridge Pl.
- The Bileskys are back with their Halloween display that features live monsters for the trick-or-treaters. The lights are on every night from 6 to 10 p.m. until Nov. 1, and the family is raising funds for Variety - The Children's Charity.
- 343 Marmont St.
- Oct. 31 marks the 45th year that Nancy Klassen and her family have lived in their Coquitlam home, which is now for sale. They’ll have their 10 ft. long pumpkin vine pipe to distribute candy to trick-or-treaters during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- 1571 Harbour Dr.
- The residents have tricked out their front yard with a pumpkin king and a newly added zombie gate.
- 3313 Rae St.
- Nightmare on Rae Street has its lights on Monday to Thursday from 5 to 10 p.m., and Friday to Sunday from 5 to 11 p.m. The homeowners are collecting cash donations for the food bank run by SHARE Family and Community Services.
- 1062 Amazon Dr.
- Check out the gravestones, jumping spider, carved pumpkins, skeleton dog, Halloween lights and a large spider web with a spider.
- 125 College Park Way
- Alan and Lisa Kabatoff have a tribute to Brewers Row for their display.
- 46 Ashwood Dr.
- Frank Vassallo has tombstone, ghosts, spiders and a scary-looking Gingerbread man from the movie Shrek.
- 1151 Robin Way
- Ken Honigman is back with Anmore Manor, a haunted house that trick-or-treaters can walk through to get a fright. Donations of non-perishable food and cash for the SHARE food bank are accepted as entry. The house is open Oct. 29 and 30 from 7 to 10:30 p.m., and Oct. 31 from 7 to 10 p.m.