Thankfully that scary weather held out and trick-or-treaters got to hit the streets.
KATC’s Dannielle Garcia caught up with some of the brave and has our Halloween wrap up.
Halloween time is finally here and this nightmare on Rena Drive is something to fear.
There’s creepy crawlers all over the lawn, from ghosts to clowns, it gets spooky before dawn.
“Some of them love it, some of them are scared, some of them just want to hang out and take pictures,” said Paul Webb, who decks out his home with creepy decorations for the haunted holiday.
From the candy to the costumes, Halloween night is a favorite for the kids.
“Because like you say ‘trick or treat’ and they give you candy,” said one boy.
Trick-or-treater’s beware and don’t run because it is all just for fun.
“We’ve been doing it for 7 years now and every year it gets bigger and bigger,” said Webb.
“We do it for the kids. Like he said, 7 years ago we started decorating and when we were in the house, we noticed there weren’t a lot of kids coming. And we were just like what can we do to draw more kids,” said his wife Cecilia.