West Seattle Halloween 2011: More of tonight’s sights & frights

A few more scenes from around West Seattle this Halloween night:

Skeleton Theatre isn’t the only animatronic show in town – David Williams told us this morning about his annual show on 44th SW south of Charlestown – 16 minutes full of musical skull-duggery, shall we say:

And jolly jack-o-lanterns:

We’re putting that on the early checklist for next year. Meantime, back to skeletons: We stopped for photos after spotting this ghoulish skier on the side of a thoroughly-decorated house along SW Hinds a few blocks east of California SW:

Not far away, one of his compatriots was caught in a web of trouble:

Sprouting skulls graced a nearby stretch of lawn:

How about a few humans? Stephanie shared this trick-or-treat pre-funk in the Gatewood area:

And Aaron sent a photo of his house – in that spirited Admiral District again!

A few blocks east, we got late word of one house that had Elvis – the ultimate “undead” – singing out front. Human version this time, not animatronic! Got there just as he was telling the audience “See you later.” Darn.

ADDED 10:25 PM: Spooky – just after publishing this, we discovered that Eric had e-mailed us cameraphone video of “Elvis” (from a distance, but you can certainly hear him – and the crowd):

3 Replies to "West Seattle Halloween 2011: More of tonight's sights & frights"

  • tk November 1, 2011 (12:00 am)

    I cant believe you didn’t cover the Meed’s house on Stevens and 45th. It’s like the whole city of Seattle goes there!

    • WSB November 1, 2011 (12:43 am)

      That’s probably the one we drove by after someone sent us a note. Looked like everybody on the street was having a great time but tough to photograph in the dark. Some things are meant to be seen in person!

  • tk November 1, 2011 (3:35 pm)

    makes sense :)

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