North Branford residents and their friends enjoyed Halloween last night – right on schedule despite Hurricane Sandy's impact on the town.
While some residents opted for traditional trick-or-treating in neighborhoods where power was restored, others headed to the Connecticut Sportsplex, which opened its doors – or parking lot rather – for a Trunk or Treat.
State Rep. Vin Candelora, whose family owns the Sportsplex, said the parking lot was full with about 300 cars and about 1,000 trunk-or-treaters.
"It was an absolutely incredible turnout in less than 24 hours," he said. "I think everyone left happy."
Here are some pictures of Trunk or Treat getting underway and a few more from my family's trick-or-treating adventures. Were you at Trunk or Treat? Did you go trick-or-treating? Share your pictures by clicking 'Upload photos and video' above or below the photo gallery.
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