Janay 2 1/2 years old, is ready for her day care's pajama party.
Jayden, 7, shows off her cat costume.
Jackson Beal, 5, is ready to go under the sea with his Spongebob Squarepants costume.
Joseph C. Wilson III, 4,is the fiercest pirate around.
Maddison Lago, 9, turned into a zombie for Halloween.
Jennifer Telles dressed as an Oompa Loompa for a weekend Halloween party.
Mason Hamilton, 4 months old, is staying warm in his frog costume.
Paul pretends to hold his wife, Aileen, hostage as part of their Halloween costumes.
Sisters Isabelle, 6, as Rainbow Dash; Lizzy, 8, as Pinkie Pie; and Evelyn, 3, as Doc McStuffins, are ready for Halloween.
Toni Jones and her husband went all out for their zombie costumes.
The Toy Story Gang is all here: Elliott, 22 months old, as Mr. Potato Head, dad Russell, 29, as Woody, and Jameson, 3, as Buzz Lightyear.
Brendan Craig, 7, is dress as Captain Scurvy, and Hope Craig, 10, is dressed as Cleopatra.
Jami Bzdak, 34, does her best Richard Simmons' impression.
Oberlin Foot and Ankle assistant Amelia Bradstock is all dressed up for the holiday.
Jenetta Brant, 6, is a little Dracula for Halloween.
Maxx and Tori Deaton dressed as The Evil Minions.
Shari Adams Cygan shared this throwback photo of her and her brothers from 1966.
WEOL was showing its Halloween spirit today, with Continuity Director Tom Hutchison as "The Ghost of Formats Pas;" Promotion Director Suzy Peters as a mean cat; and News Director/Morning Show host Craig Adams as Good & Plenty.
Logan, 6, dressed as Michael Myers.
Villans beware, Jaycob, 2, is protecting Lorain County as Spider-Man.
Devil Diva Kaleigh, 9, is ready for Halloween.
Mckenna, 9 weeks old, is a pumpkin princess.
Kay,70, left, Haley, 26, and Glenda the Good Witch Kennedy, 4, call themselves the witches of Elyria retirement center.
Chevy, adopted from Friendship APL, transformed into a lady bug for Halloween.
Bear the dog is dressed up as a mounted moose head.
Alex Marcum, 7, is a spooky sight as Dracula.
Jude Szczepanski, 1, is a little monster.
Madison, 2, dressed as Minnie Mouse for an event at LCCC.
Preston Madding, 3, is the conductor of the Thomas the Tank Engine wagon his grandfather built him.
Holly Miller and Kelly Breunig, Marion L. Steele High School Math Intervention Specialists, got a little catty for Halloween.
Dragan, 7, is dressed as a Ninja.
Chronicle-Telegram employees Dan Boros, who works in composing, dressed up as graphic artist Ed Betzel. The resemblance is uncanny, wouldn't you say?
Chronicle-Telegram photographer Kristin Bauer is a little catty today.
Daniel Humphrey Jr. is Big boy Minion.
Zombies Gage Lago, 12, and Maddison Lago,10, are ready for some Halloween fun.
Lexie Kakos-LaCrosse, 11, is ready for Halloween.
These language arts teachers just finished teaching figurative language and adjectives, so Rachel Marie went as walking idioms and Amy Smith went as a thesaurus.
Michael Peck, 10, shows off his homemade Minecraft Steve with diamond armor costume.
Emma and Aden from Sullivan are ready for Halloween.
Evangeline, 2 1/2, makes a cute pumpkin princess.
Kristen Humphrey Trimble, 38 does her best Elvis Presley impression.
Lucy, 6, and Chase, 4, have ghoulish costumes.
Mrs. Templeton, Mrs. Peiris and Mrs. Namestnik, fourth-grade teachers at Copopa Elementary School in Columbia Station, dressed up as fourth-grade teachers.
Ashley Willets used eyeshadow and eyeliner to achieve the perfect Halloween look.