Halloween’s Not Canceled: Here’s How to Make It Spooky but Safe

By Erik Piepenburg for The New York Times

It’s not surprising that a staggering number of traditional Halloween festivities have been canceled or curtailed this year. Trick-or-treating? It depends on where you live. Haunted houses? Yes, but also no. A horror movie marathon at a theater? Forget it.

It’s not all bad news, though. The C.D.C.’s website provides advice for a “safer, alternative” Halloween, including outdoor costume parties and grab-and-go bags of candy. Streaming services have horror films galore. Haunted drive-through experiences are booming.

Here’s a guide to Halloween goings-on you can do in the flesh or from the couch, with a range of options depending on your taste for the macabre.

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