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Hudson Valley Halloween 

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From our very own Chronoween dance party at BSP Kingston to the legendary Headless Horseman Hayrides in Ulster Park, from the mind-blowing spectacle of the Great Jack O'Lantern Blaze in Sleepy Hollow to the dozens of local costume parades and festivals, the Hudson Valley is the place to be this Halloween—packed with spooky celebrations and terrifying haunted houses all season long. Pick a pumpkin to paint or a pie to devour at Putnam's Pumpkin Palooza in Brewster, or don your ghoulish garb for the Scarecrow Contest and Halloween Parade down Tannersville's Main Street. Bring your friends and your nerve to the Pure Terror Scream Park in Monroe for a serious fright. Whether you're after knee-knocking titans of terror or fun-filled fall festivities, we compiled a ghastly guide for the trick-or-treaters and jeepers-creepers planning on heading to the Valley this season. Chronogram.com/Halloween.

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