TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — Temperatures we’re near freezing this Halloween night, but that didn’t stop families from going trick or treating.
Ghouls, goblins, and princesses walked the streets of the valley to get their candy from local neighbors. With it being one of the coldest forecasts in nearly 70 years, most costumes were covered by coats or jackets to stay warm.
We spoke with some folks around Terre Haute about how they feel about trick or treating during the cold temps.
“We’ve lived in this neighborhood for like 36 years and it’s just kind of a crazy tradition so we still do it. It is cold, but at least it’s not raining. That’s happened to us. So, it’s just another experience,” Jimmie and Polly Jeffers said.
“Never ever stopped us from trick or treating we love it. We layered up our clothes as best as we can so we can go out and have some fun,” Patricia Thomlinson said.
We hope everyone had a happy Halloween!