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Halloween Haunts Around Town

Oct 30, 2009
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We trolled around Pasadena’s best-known trick-or-treating streets to see how things are shaping up for Saturday night, and things are looking plenty spooky. Here’s a look at the haunted houses around town:

This fella welcomes guests to a Craftsman house on New York Drive.

This fella welcomes guests to a Craftsman house on New York Drive.

640 Braeburn in Altadena is ground zero for the street's legendary gathering of goblins; it includes a haunted house kids can go through.

640 Braeburn in Altadena is ground zero for the street's legendary gathering of goblins; it includes a haunted house kids can go through.

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This pirate house on Prospect Blvd. was still in progress; it will be even more elaborate by Halloween.

This pirate house on Prospect Blvd. was still in progress; it will be even more elaborate by Halloween. Prospect is a major destination on Halloween night.

Madison Heights is rich with spooky houses, like this spider's lair on Marengo.

South Pasadena's Milan and Marengo streets are rich with spooky houses, like this spider's lair on Marengo.

The neighborhood around Palm Terrace, just west of Lake, is a choice spot for trick-or-treaters, with lots of in-the-spirit houses like this one.

The neighborhood around Palm Terrace, just west of Lake, is a choice spot for trick-or-treaters, with lots of in-the-spirit houses like this one.

Pumpkin Man lives in Madison Heights, where hundreds of kids will be trolling on Halloween night.

Pumpkin Man lives in Madison Heights, where hundreds of kids will be trolling on Halloween night.




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