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Published: Thursday, November 1, 2012, 12:58 a.m.

Scenes from Halloween in Snohomish County (gallery)

  • Kaylie Moore, 4, gets her Halloween makeup applied before trick-or-treating with her family in Everett on Wednesday.

    Joe Dyer / The Herald

    Kaylie Moore, 4, gets her Halloween makeup applied before trick-or-treating with her family in Everett on Wednesday.

Little trick-or-treaters swarmed the streets of Snohomish County on Halloween, looking for fun and -- of course -- candy. And they found it.
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Do you have photos of your ghosts and goblins? We'd love it if you'd share them with us in our reader galleries.
Story tags » Halloween

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