Brave the bones

Trick-or-treaters are going to have to muster up some bravery to try to get away with any treats from this house with this scary, giant, pumpkin-headed skeleton providing protecting.

Trick-or-treaters are going to have to muster up some bravery to try to get away with any treats from this house with this scary, giant, pumpkin-headed skeleton providing protecting.

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The Bainbridge High band performs in costume on Winslow Way. Nancy Treder/Bainbridge Island Review photos

The Bainbridge High band performs in costume on Winslow Way. Nancy Treder/Bainbridge Island Review photos

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