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This is a faithful Review subscriber, who signed on with The Review when it was only one dollar per year --in 1893. This reader was seen on High Street in Vankleek Hill this week!

Your guide to outstanding Halloween destinations in Vankleek Hill!

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Here is the list of scary homes you can visit on Saturday, October 31, to see what they have set up outdoors for everyone’s Halloween (gulp) enjoyment! Be very afraid!!!! Each of these locations will be visited by The Review judges, who will fly past on their brooms between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. on October 31! The winner will be announced in the November 4 edition of The Review! And the winner will receive a gift basket filled with offerings from local businesses — valued at $250! The Review will contact the winner to organize safe pick-up of his or her prize.

Note that these locations are not listed in any particular order — so plan your own route and make it work for you!
We remind everyone to stay safe. Wear masks if you cannot practice physical distancing. Please try to keep your distance from others who may be visiting these locations. If you choose to do the tour in your car, that’s even better!

And one more thing: these homes are decorated but they are not necessarily handing out candies at these locations.
Be kind to each other and have patience if someone ahead of you is spending a bit of extra time viewing the shocking horrors!

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5823 Highway 34, Vankleek Hill
Watch for: A scary outdoor theme!

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53 Union Street, Vankleek Hill
Watch for: A frightening surprise!

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90 Stanley Avenue, Vankleek Hill.
Watch for: Mysterious things happening outdoors.

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118 Stanley Avenue, Vankleek Hill.
Watch for: A Scary Halloween outdoors!

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145 Home Avenue, Vankleek Hill
Watch for: Who knows what you will find? Be prepared!

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80 High Street, Vankleek Hill
Watch for: Carved pumpkins, lights and creepy things!

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115 High Street, Vankleek Hill
Watch for: outdoor music and a smoke machine.

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134 High Street, Vankleek Hill
Watch for: Hosting a Ghoulish tea party for: Stump monsters, Grinning Ghosts, Putrid Pumpkins, Garbage Ghouls, Creepy Crows, Spectre Scarecrows. Music and lites on-site. Creatures of the nite welcome. Putrefaction guaranteed.

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38 Main Street, Vankleek Hill
Watch for: An animated haunted house and spectres in the night!

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192 Higginson Street, Vankleek Hill
Watch for: A spooky house.

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43 Derby Avenue, Vankleek Hill.
Watch for: Scary characters. Hint: They *might* be unreal!

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89 Grout Street, Vankleek Hill
Watch for: We don’t know what’s in store here! Be careful!

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125 Barton Street, Vankleek Hill
Watch for: Lights, music and things that go bump in the night!

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120 Barton Street, Vankleek Hill
Watch for: Getting caught between TWO scary homes!

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136 Martel Crescent, Vankleek Hill.
Watch for: Hmmmm. The Blair Witch project?

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56 Stephens Street, Vankleek Hill
Watch for: Inspired by the Hunger Games: Catching Fire, expect Lightning strikes, Poisonous Fog, and other cruel torments from President Snow for any Tributes brave enough to beg for candy.

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Louise Sproule

Louise Sproule has been the publisher of The Review since 1992. A part-time job after high school at The Review got Sproule hooked on community newspapers and all that they represent. She loves to write, has covered every kind of event you can think of, loves to organize community events and loves her small town and taking photographs across the region. She dreams of writing a book one day so she can finally tell all of the town's secrets! She must be stopped! Keep subscribing to The Review . . . or else!

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