Revelers young and old flocked to the El Centro area of the city and its adjacent streets in what has become an annual Halloween tradition. Thousands of young costumed characters and their parents collected candy and goodies from residents who had adorned their homes in seasonal decor. Like many others,photographer Henk Friezer accompanied his grandkids as they made their rounds collecting sweets. He documented some of the local activities. One of the more popular attractions was the home on the corner of Indiana and El Centro, in which the hosts wore scary costumes as they handed out candy amid a animated graveyard with witches and goblins.
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