You can’t find what’s in unless you go out and see what’s new. In my case, I don’t have to look very far to find some spooky and horrible stuffs to show off, they are just around the corner and everywhere. Lately, I took some bone-chilling photographs during my hunt for strange things and figures for my ”Halloween Special” Some photographs is something closer to shocked! I took these photos while walking around Eastwood city.
The Gingerbread House
A kiddie ride park was set up on the other corner and Halloween superheroes show.
The ”Red Crab”, Alimango house
Along the corridors is a ”Red Crab” an Alimango house, serves the best crab in the city, they got the best theme and Halloween costume.
Very beautiful Halloween theme.
The most feared but I admired you guys for having the guts to do this freaky thing, I know it’s a part of your job, isn’t it? You look like a friendly zombie! Do you think this one is cute and cuddly? then, this one is for you.
In front of a restaurant where customers would enter and be greeted by a zombie, a dead man walking covered with blood and taken his hands off while the other hand is holding it.
Trick or treat?
If you choose treat then these photos for sharing but, if you pick trick then these guys are your besties.
Bloodied zombie with a frontal stab, it looks like a morgue. A living dead sleeping? I think, zombies never sleep.
The lower half body of ”manananggal” You can see the internal organs. The most scared but admired. Take a sharp glance and click on images to view larger.
Caught on camera, the zombie was smiling to perform his real halloween move! Other restaurant crews wearing their Halloween costume. Other costumes like the Werewolf, Demon, Hunchback of Notre Dame and many more..
Other pictures taken around Eastwood Mall. This is an amusement park for kids. I think, it was intended just for this Sunday event.
The Rubber Slide for kids.
For the kids to enjoy, this is the best place.
Full of people all around.
Front view of Rubber Slide.
It looks like an early Halloween celebration last Sunday.