Fall Scenes Entertain Arlington Residents During Halloween Season

October 18, 2017

                                                                                                                                     (photos by Karen Gavis)

 

 

From earthy, pumpkin patches to frightful creatures at Six Flags, a drive around Arlington's Entertainment District offers an amusing array of festive displays this Halloween season.

 

First off, we spotted a giant, creepy lawn spider in North Arlington, a bony cowboy hanging outside the Crazy Horse Saloon at Six Flags and a group of happy jack-o-lanterns enjoying a day in the sun.

 

There was also a welcoming pumpkin patch at Trinity United Methodist Church on West Green Oaks Boulevard while Six Flags guests were welcomed by a Zombie chasing pickup truck. Further into the amusement park were countless creatures including a gruesome hellhound lurking near a gate.

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