Sinjin O’Gorman dressed as a dragon and Alicia Khalil as a unicorn from the Terrace Skating Club attended the Halloween Can Skate dress-up day on Oct. 29. (Contributed Photo)

Newsroom zombies seek best Halloween costumes

Send us pictures of this year’s celebrations!

With Hallow’s Eve upon us to serve Terrace a fright, ghouls and witches will be soon wandering the night.

For those who take on a cloak of disguise, there is a request — if you choose to comply.

The dungeon of news seeks proof of the haunt, your photos in costume is what we shall flaunt.

So send us a picture of your best-feared wear, or a visit from the spirits will cause great despair.

Email the and we’ll cast a story with a pleasant charm.

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Silvertip Signs’ staff dressed as signs. (Submitted by Shauna McGinlay)

(Submitted by Natasha Derrick)

(Submitted by Danny Nunes)

Superhero parents with Baby Daisy and Batman Theo (Submitted by Michelle Angus)

Gavin Link, 10, dressed up as Donald Trump. (Submitted by Allison Link)

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