Adding to the Trunk or Treat fun was entertainment by a number of groups including this spirited dance troupe sporting “Daddy’s Lil’ Monster” shirts referencing Harley Quinn and “Suicide Squad.”
Dressed as his favorite Seahawk football/pilot “No 88” J.J. Graham is A.J. Singleterry with his mother, Michelle Singleterry, who was dressed as an unicorn pinata.
The Daily Sun received a number of calls regarding the front yard Halloween decorations on display at 1416 Harrison Ave. The garden includes a doll hospital a bit too spooky to photograph.
Abby Vaquera, 9, got an early start on observing Dia de Los Muertos (the day of the dead) costume and make-up.
Little “Wonder Woman” Anabelle Guizar.
Bryan Robison State Farm’s Ninja Turtles — from left, Sheryl Duim, Yesenia Godinez, Bryan Robison and Peyton Robison — appropriately snacking on pizza.
Some of the trunk-or-treaters needed a rest after walking the two-block gauntlet of 27 trunks filled with candy. This was the third year the event was downtown.