REDLANDS kids took to the streets as ghouls, pirates or spooky clowns for trick or treating on Halloween.
Children knocked on doors around the city to collect chocolates and lollies, carved pumpkins and crafted creepy costumes.
There were vampires, zombies, ghosts, witches and goblins in droves as well as aliens and weird, wacky creatures.
But children were not the only ones getting in the spirit - plenty of adults donned ghoulish costumes, and some even dressed their dogs up to look like furry pirates or devils.
At Raby Bay, the Bayside Kombi Kruisers parked their vans decked out in cobwebs, skulls, fake blood and spooky decorations galore.
The Kreepy Kombis were a hit with visitors who stopped to take a photo, admire the decorations and enjoy the company of friends and neighbours.
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