Readers share Halloween photos


The staff and residents at The Springs of Lima held a Halloween party. This included a costume contest for resident and staff groups. The night shift employees brought to life Disney favorite “Monsters Inc.” and took home the prize for best overall group. Share your photos at j.mp/limaphotos.

The staff and residents at The Springs of Lima held a Halloween party. This included a costume contest for resident and staff groups. The night shift employees brought to life Disney favorite “Monsters Inc.” and took home the prize for best overall group. Share your photos at j.mp/limaphotos.


Jessica Trinko, The Springs of Lima | Submitted photo

This family dresses up to pass out candy for Halloween at the scariest house in Waynesfield. Pictured are, from left, Lana Hall, Jay Carter, Elise Taylor, Brian Carter and Steve Shepherd.

This family dresses up to pass out candy for Halloween at the scariest house in Waynesfield. Pictured are, from left, Lana Hall, Jay Carter, Elise Taylor, Brian Carter and Steve Shepherd.


Laura Shepherd, Waynesfield | Submitted photo

The cold temperatures, heavy rain and winds didn’t keep Brian Carter from decorating his house for all the Waynesfield trick-or-treaters.


Laura Shepherd, Waynesfield | Submitted photo

A matress with simulated bloody body parts upon it was part of Brian Carter’s house decorations for Halloween in Waynesfield.


Laura Shepherd, Waynesfield | Submitted photo

A tablecloth with simulated bloody handprints was part of Brian Carter’s decorating his house for Waynesfield trick-or-treaters.


Laura Shepherd, Waynesfield | Submitted photo

Laura Shepherd, Waynesfield | Submitted photo The cold temperatures, heavy rain and winds didn't keep Brian Carter from decorating his house for all the Waynesfield trick-or-treaters.


Laura Shepherd, Waynesfield | Submitted photo

Zelie Pullom, originally of Lima but now living in Oregon, dressed a Lima icon Phyllis Diller for Halloween. Share your photos at j.mp/limaphotos.


Christina Vorhees | Submitted photo

Readers of The Lima News shared Halloween photos from their homes and businesses. Share your Halloween pictures at j.mp/limaphotos.

The staff and residents at The Springs of Lima held a Halloween party. This included a costume contest for resident and staff groups. The night shift employees brought to life Disney favorite “Monsters Inc.” and took home the prize for best overall group. Share your photos at j.mp/limaphotos.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/11/web1_SpringsLima-1.jpgThe staff and residents at The Springs of Lima held a Halloween party. This included a costume contest for resident and staff groups. The night shift employees brought to life Disney favorite “Monsters Inc.” and took home the prize for best overall group. Share your photos at j.mp/limaphotos. Jessica Trinko, The Springs of Lima | Submitted photo
This family dresses up to pass out candy for Halloween at the scariest house in Waynesfield. Pictured are, from left, Lana Hall, Jay Carter, Elise Taylor, Brian Carter and Steve Shepherd.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/11/web1_WaynesfieldPeople-1-1-1.jpgThis family dresses up to pass out candy for Halloween at the scariest house in Waynesfield. Pictured are, from left, Lana Hall, Jay Carter, Elise Taylor, Brian Carter and Steve Shepherd. Laura Shepherd, Waynesfield | Submitted photo
The cold temperatures, heavy rain and winds didn’t keep Brian Carter from decorating his house for all the Waynesfield trick-or-treaters.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/11/web1_WaynesfieldScene-1-1-1.jpgThe cold temperatures, heavy rain and winds didn’t keep Brian Carter from decorating his house for all the Waynesfield trick-or-treaters. Laura Shepherd, Waynesfield | Submitted photo
A matress with simulated bloody body parts upon it was part of Brian Carter’s house decorations for Halloween in Waynesfield.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/11/web1_WaynesfieldScene-2-1-1.jpgA matress with simulated bloody body parts upon it was part of Brian Carter’s house decorations for Halloween in Waynesfield. Laura Shepherd, Waynesfield | Submitted photo
A tablecloth with simulated bloody handprints was part of Brian Carter’s decorating his house for Waynesfield trick-or-treaters.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/11/web1_WaynesfieldScene-3-1-1.jpgA tablecloth with simulated bloody handprints was part of Brian Carter’s decorating his house for Waynesfield trick-or-treaters. Laura Shepherd, Waynesfield | Submitted photo
Laura Shepherd, Waynesfield | Submitted photo The cold temperatures, heavy rain and winds didn't keep Brian Carter from decorating his house for all the Waynesfield trick-or-treaters.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/11/web1_WaynesfieldScene-4-1-1.jpgLaura Shepherd, Waynesfield | Submitted photo The cold temperatures, heavy rain and winds didn't keep Brian Carter from decorating his house for all the Waynesfield trick-or-treaters. Laura Shepherd, Waynesfield | Submitted photo
Zelie Pullom, originally of Lima but now living in Oregon, dressed a Lima icon Phyllis Diller for Halloween. Share your photos at j.mp/limaphotos.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/11/web1_Diller-1.jpgZelie Pullom, originally of Lima but now living in Oregon, dressed a Lima icon Phyllis Diller for Halloween. Share your photos at j.mp/limaphotos. Christina Vorhees | Submitted photo

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