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THE Trick-or-Treat House

Posted by Johnine Larsen on October 9, 2017
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This isn’t your childhood trick-or-treating. Hauntlake Cemetery, Montlake’s spookiest house for sixteen straight years, takes things up a notch. The owners go all out with skeletons, Dia de los Muetros paintings, tombstones, candles, flowers, and lights galore. This year’s iteration is all set up and ready for visitors. Come, take a look, and get in the spooky spirit of the season.

Hauntlake Cemetery has welcomed visitors for sixteen years—the Halloween version of Candy Cane Lane. Sight-seers can stop by (day or night) to admire the display, now through November 2.

The house is accepting food donations for Chicken Soup Brigade. They’re looking most for:

  • Multi-grain & Healthy Cereal
  • Canned Tuna
  • Canned Meals (Soup, Stew, etc)
  • Canned Beans
  • Peanut Butter
  • Canned Fruits & Vegetables
  • Macaroni & Cheese
  • Rice / Pasta Meals
  • Whole Wheat Dry Pasta
  • Jarred or Canned Spaghetti Sauce

And, of course, don’t miss Halloween Night. It’s what all this prep is about! Hauntlake Cemetery will be bustling with trick-or-treaters.

So, where is this ultimate trick-or-treat house? 2236 East Blaine Street, Seattle WA. And if you want to see it digitally before you make a trip out there, check out this video from King 5 News. Happy Halloween!

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