As the wind rustled through the trees and a layer of thick fog descended on the valley, nearly 1000 youngsters – dressed as ghosts, ghouls, princesses and Jedi – made their way to the Valencia Central Valley neighborhood to participate in the age-old Halloween tradition of trick-or-treating.
Located just behind Granary Square in Valencia, trick-or-treaters hit the many streets that branch off from John Russell Drive, where residents banded together to turn the event into a Halloween extravaganza.
Many residents transformed their homes into haunted mansions, graveyards and pirate ships.
But for some, Disney magic trumped the spookiness.
Children had to be efficient, trying to trick-or-treat at as many homes as possible.
While many vied for candy, some just wanted to see Kenley Jansen finish off a Dodger victory.
At times, the Valencia Central Valley’s celebration even got prehistoric.