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Your Ghostly Guide To Halloween Fun

Sussex becomes a spooky place with pumpkin patches, Spooky Sussex, haunted houses and trick-or-treating.

The next week or so around Sussex will be scary good as the Halloween is upon us. Below is a list of items that you will need to have it an extra spooky time. 

Pumpkin Patches

Whether you want pumpkins for jack-o-lanterns, decorating or to make your own puree, there are plenty of patches in the area that have what you're looking for, plus many other harvest-time and Halloween delights.

Spooky Sussex

Spooky Sussex is a kid-friendly event on Friday, Oct. 26. It will include food, cookie and pumpkin decorating, a craft, wagon rides and a costume contest for the kids. Registration ends Monday through the village. 

Best Halloween Costume Contest

We're searching for the best Halloween Costume in America. Enter yourself or your kids for a chance to win $5,000.

Haunted Houses

Do you want to be scared? Terrified? Take a walk on the ghostly side?

October is when the spooks come out, from scream-filled haunted houses to walks through areas ghosts are said to visit. Check out our list of some of the area's best, and let us know if you have any other favorites. 

Sussex Trick-or-Treat

Goblins and ghouls, princesses, fairies and superheroes will walk the streets on Saturday, Oct. 27, looking for sweet treats during the annual trick-or-treat time. 

There's An App For That

AT&T is trotting out a goodie bag full of apps in time for Halloween, everything from costume searches to mapping trick or treat routes. Click here are the details, as outlined in a press release from the company:

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