Trunk or Treat gives good time, scare

Trunk or Treat participants enjoying the night.

Trunk or Treat participants enjoying the night.

There were several well-decorated vehicles within the roped off area and quite a few that weren’t at the Cordes Lakes Trunk or Treat, but all were laden with goodies for the little ghosts and goblins, princesses and super heroes.

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The electric chair at the Haunted Hospital.

While many enjoyed holding up their bags and buckets for treats, the most poplar place was the cauldron – with the boney hand sticking out – that grabbed at anyone reaching in for candy.

Once the goodies were collected, the bigger kids could get their ticket for the Haunted Hospital. Only four at a time were escorted through the nine hospital rooms, which included the operating room, the electric chair, the morgue, and much more – not counting a few scary people jumping out at you after you think you got out alive. Trunk or Treat is a great way to keep kids safe for Halloween. Many of the parents and the “trunk” monitors were in costume to add to the fun.