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Photos: Halloween Decorations Around Arlington

It wouldn’t be October if there weren’t some creepy creations crawling onto lawns around Arlington.

We encountered residents who surrendered their yard to frightful grave-dwellers on N. Jackson Street, in Ashton Heights, and in two yards within a block of S. Joyce Street in Aurora Highlands.

Have you seen other ghoulish Halloween decorations around town? If so, snap a photo or two and post it in the comments section.

Halloween takes place on Friday, Oct. 31 this year. There is no official time for trick-or-treating in Arlington County.

A number of Halloween-themed events are taking place over the next two weekends, including the Howl-O-Ween dog walk, the Douglas Park Halloween Trail of Terror, a family-friendly Halloween party at Potomac Overlook Regional Park, and a Halloween bar crawl in Clarendon.

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