PEOPLE all over Woking well and truly threw themselves into the spirit of Halloween on Friday as they dressed down or vamped up into unearthly creatures for the eerie occasion.
Some, though, not content with the odd pumpkin or trick or treating, completely transformed their homes – and even relatives – to invite visitors to share their weird and wonderful out-of-this-world scary scenarios.
One such harrowing host is Faye Wildey, whose St Johns house of horror is fast becoming a firm Allhallows Eve favourite.
Meanwhile the legend of ghostly goings on at Debbie Plowman’s petrifying Pyrford home has been creeping out visitors for the last 15 years.
Although it was the warmest Halloween on record, those daring to be daunted and haunted were soon chilled to the bone from blood-curdling scenes and grisly get-ups they were confronted with.
But it’s all done for fun and in the best possible taste. Again this year Faye is collecting for the children’s charity the Rainbow Trust.
On the night itself, she and her helpers took nearly £500 at the door, with more still coming in.