A house decorated with awesome orange lights on Glenridge Avenue played the "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown," movie on its large front windows, while pumpkins and other lit decorations danced to popular music.
A two-story residence featured a neon sign that read, "Bates Motel," a white ghost gracefully moved in the air aided by a mechanical device.
A popular DJ played top hits for young and old who danced on a makeshift dance floor on a home's driveway made out of parkay wood pieces ... a misty fog covered them while disco lights illuminated them.
There were pirates, zombies, cowboys, princesses, cats, ballerinas, clowns, supermen, minions and even "Starry Cloudy Night."
They all gathered on Tait Avenue to celebrate Halloween Thursday night.