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HoBOOken Halloween Light Show in Full Force

With all its bars, shopping, and focus on revelry, it’s easy to forget that Hoboken is a family town, but every year Halloween comes around to remind us. Sure, in recent years Halloween has become a reason for adults to throw on a costume and have a party, but it’s still the night that kids get to dress up in adorable costumes and wander the town demanding candy.

It’s also the time when some ambitious families really go all out when it comes to the Halloween decorations. If you’ve never wandered the town at night during the month of October, time to make some plans, because it’s actually pretty fun. You won’t be alone, either, as there will definitely be other people armed with smartphone cameras, and some home owners even hang out, happy to chat about their designs.

Here are some of the best examples we found—what are some of your faves?

Cthulu in Hoboken also kind of makes us hungry for shellfish.
If we were trick-or-treating, we would walk right past this house and never look back.
This just seems wrong.
This is either a really angry ghost, or a really SURPRISED ghost. We’re not sure.
Good news, everybody! It’s the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man!
You can’t tell us this doesn’t look like the entrance to heck.
Again: All the candy in the world wouldn’t get us to ring this doorbell.
A Halloween short story: You’re walking down the street when you suddenly glance up from your phone and … see this.
The worst part is, you can’t tell if they’re moving it IN or moving it OUT.
This piece is titled “Cloud Zombies: consumed by their mobile devices, connected or disconnected?”
The pose is everything. So casual, he looks drunk.
A lovely field of disembodied eyeballs. As one does.
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Jeffrey Somers

Staff Writer • Jeff Somers (jeffreysomers.com) is the author of 9 novels including We Are Not Good People (wearenotgoodpeople.com) and the publisher of The Inner Swine (innerswine.com). Jeff may be reach at [email protected] . Follow him on Twitter at @jeffreysomers .



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