Halloween

The best of Halloween on social media

By Nikkie Sutton

- Last updated on GMT

Halloween celebrations: pubs show off their spooky sides
Halloween celebrations: pubs show off their spooky sides

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With Halloween just behind us, The Morning Advertiser takes a look over social media to see how pubs pulled punters in throughout the scary season.

From paranormal pumpkins to ghostly goings on, the pub trade into the spirit of Halloween to tempt witches, zombies and everything in between to join in with the spooky spectacular. 

With some pubs choosing to host themed music to others making their sites particularly creepy, it seemed most were keen to jump on supernatural bandwagon and took to social media to showcase their efforts.

Party goers at the Lillie Langtry, Fulham, west London, showed their scary side.

Face paint and blood were in favour at the Freemasons, Hove, East Sussex.

The New Moon, Leadenhall Market, central London, warned customers about going to the pub.

A collage of fancy dress was created at the Bankers Draft in Eltham, south-east London.

Young and old dressed up at the Bull in Ditchling, East Sussex.

Something evils lurking in the dark #thriller happy #Halloween from #Ditchling #scary #crazy

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Karaoke and fancy dress were options for drinkers at the Chequers Inn, Doddington, Sittingbourne in Kent.

Staff at the Fox & Hounds in Sproston, Cheshire, put on their spooky glad rags for Halloween. 

Ghostbusters performed live at the White Horse in Richmond, south-west London.

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