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Local residents don't hold back when it comes time to preparing for All Hallows Eve.

One of the most elaborate Halloween scenes you'll find in West Linn is at the corner of Carriage Way and Suncrest Drive. Massive spiders! Fire-breathing dragons! Creepy cemeteries! Skeletons galore! Of course pumpkins, pumpkins and more pumpkins.

These are just a few of the Halloween decorations that the Tidings discovered on a random tour through many of the neighborhoods in West Linn. From Hidden Springs Bob and Lachlan Higgins stand in front of their home on Wilderness Drive. to Robinwood, Bolton to Willamette, local residents have been busy for weeks getting ready for the spookiest holiday of the year.

Because of their hard work, the Tidings felt that it was our duty to highlight a few of the homes that people went all out on to make their neighborhood extra creepy or extra fun.

Check out our slideshow below and be sure to pick up a copy of this week's West Linn Tidings to see which photos made the newspaper.

Happy Halloween!


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