Donald, an 8-year-old tabby, is one of the senior animals at the Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons. Adoption fees are waived for animals older than 6 during November.
Shadow, a spayed female, is a white-and-tan Siberian husky mix.Sole Riley
A pair of spectacular peacocks
Watch out Joker, Batman is coming for you.Wylee Musnicki
On your mark, get set, candy!Wylee Musnicki
Um, Olaf, there's someone following you!Wylee Musnicki
Gru and the MinionsWylee Musnicki
A little Hello Kitty
A Queen of Hearts and a bunch of grapes traveled on the Pumpkin Trail together.
Nada Barry, center, an owner of the Wharf Shop on Main Street in Sag Harbor, and friends.
A sumo wrestler takes a stroll down Main Street.
Cousin Itt made an appearance.
Dr. Seuss' Cat in the Hat, plus Thing 1 and Thing 2, not to mention a cow and and more.
A lioness with her kitten, Mio Halsey holds two-month-old Kaia.
Two-year-old Harry Flight, a rookie cop for the NYPD, takes a lion, who happens to be his father, into custody.T.E. McMorrow
An angel, London Rosiere, founder of SoulGrow Day Camp, handed out treats to every devil she met.T.E. McMorrow
A cute monster, Phoebe Abrams, 2, let her hair down during the parade.T.E. McMorrow
From left, Terence Lightcap, Brian Lester as Mickey Mouse, Maureen Rutkowsky, Phil Berg, Sarah Conway, Phil "Er up," Sharon Prince, and Joy and George HearT.E. McMorrow
Rose Tacuri, 8, with her mother Marcea, and her brother, Christopher, 2, who was a bit skeptical of the proceedings.T.E. McMorrow
Junior Gunaga, 19 months, didn't wait to get home to enjoy the booty of his Halloween prowl.T.E. McMorrow
Suniah Cooks, and 8 year old Lady Bug, Nueva Hyatt, a Buccaneer Beauty, Jaden Reid, a 16-month old Superman, and Sherlene Reid, along for the fun.T.E. McMorrow
Tom Kaczmarek, dressed as a seventeenth-century Japanese business man, watched the parade of goblins go by.T.E. McMorrow
Councilman Peter Van Scoyoc dressed up as deer, complete with antlers and a necklace of ticks.
The East Hampton Town Board got in on the fun. Councilman Peter Van Scoyoc dressed up as a deer, and Councilwoman Sylvia Overby came as a devil.
East Hampton High School students were ushered to the bleachers by the football field during an evacuation of the building after a scrawled threat was discovered yesterday morning.
As dark descended, people studied the creations
Tentacled creatures by Bill Stewart, at left, winner of the Master Blade honor, and John Musnicki, the contest's mastermind.John Musnicki
Whoo knew? A feathered owl, winner of the Poultrygeist category, and, a carving showing where baby pumpkins come from that won the Even Odder Lot categoryJohn Musnicki
Amusement park ridesJohn Musnicki
The winners in the Creepy Clowny category.John Musnicki
Entries in the Odd Lot, left, and Genetically Modified categoriesJohn Musnicki
Who said it had to be orange? Winners in the Compost Zombie, left, and Area 51 categoriesJohn Musnicki
Watching the tube, another Poultrygeist winnerJohn Musnicki
Toothy grin, a winner of the Dentist Dream category
State Senator Lee Zeldin, left, criticized what he called a slow pace of Hurricane Sandy recovery projects. Representative Tim Bishop touted his experience and accomplishments.
Douglas Schneiderman, with his daughters Isabelle, left, and Rachael, right, loved the time he spent with his family on the South Fork. He died in a head-on collision on Route 114 on the first day of his vacation in 2012.
Douglas Schneiderman with his mother Sandy Schneiderman, who has a house in Amagansett, and his wife Elisabeth (Lisa) Schneiderman and their daughter Rachael Schneiderman.