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The best Halloween decorations in Brooklyn this year

October 31, 2019 Brooklyn Eagle Staff
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From Coney Island and Greenpoint to Cobble Hill and Bay Ridge, the Brooklyn Eagle recently set out across the borough in search of the best decorated stoops, houses and yards for Halloween.

We found an inflatable spider, a flying dragon, lots of cob webs, pumpkins (of course) and a zombie playing the organ. Plus we discovered a cycling skeleton — because what could be scarier than riding a bike in New York City?

Below are our some of our favorites. Think you’ve found a better-decorated house? Let us know in the comments, or tag @bkeagle on Instagram.

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Eye’ll be seeing you. On 68th Street in Bay Ridge. Eagle photo by Lore Croghan

 

Skeletons climb a house in Cobble Hill. Eagle photo by Scott Enman

 

 

A Brooklyn Heights house is covered in cobwebs. Eagle photo by Scott Enman

 

Who do you think was buried here? Eagle photo by Scott Enman

 

What’s scarier than riding a bike in New York City? Eagle photo by Scott Enman

 

Seen in Cobble Hill. Eagle photo by Scott Enman

 

Do not enter! Eagle photo by Scott Enman

 

This demon was found lying on the wet pavement. Eagle photo by Scott Enman

 

Spiders crawl over this house on Verandah Place. Eagle photo by Scott Enman

 

A zombie plays a tune in Bay Ridge. Eagle photo by William Balardelle

 

A creature swings from a tree. Eagle photo by Scott Enman

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