Halloween is haunted houses, spooky sighting and tons of candy

This Scream ghost was spotted at the Apple Barn in Summerland. (Monique Tamminga Western News)This Scream ghost was spotted at the Apple Barn in Summerland. (Monique Tamminga Western News)
The Peskelly spooky shacks are ready for Halloween if you dare in Trout Creek, Summerland. (Facebook)The Peskelly spooky shacks are ready for Halloween if you dare in Trout Creek, Summerland. (Facebook)
Ravioli is almost ready for Halloween and adoption over at Critteraid. (Critteraid Facebook)Ravioli is almost ready for Halloween and adoption over at Critteraid. (Critteraid Facebook)
There were witches everywhere on Osoyoos Lake today! (Linda Potter Facebook)There were witches everywhere on Osoyoos Lake today! (Linda Potter Facebook)

Neighbourhoods all over B.C. will come alive with ghouls, goblins, princesses and zombies.

Over at the Apple Barn in Summerland, this Scream ghost was scarring the giant pumpkins.

The Peskelly Family of skeletons has some spooky shacks ready to welcome the hundreds of trick or treaters down in Trout Creek in Summerland.

The K streets in Penticton are all set to provide a spooky and fun tour of bats, bones, graveyards and more.

The Safety Village has already been welcoming little goblins and ghosts on bikes all day during their sold out Spooktacular Halloween show put on by Kiwanis Club.

At Critteraid, this orange kitten in a pumpkin is ready for Halloween and almost ready for adoption.

Over in Osoyoos, the lake was overrun with witches in kayaks, on paddleboards and even swimming in the water.

It’s going to be a cold night, so wear some gloves, have fun and stay safe.

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